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verb [intransitive/transitive] relocate pronunciation in American English /ˈriloʊˌkeɪt/ 
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present tense
I/you/we/theyrelocate
he/she/itrelocates
present participlerelocating
past tenserelocated
past participlerelocated
  1. to move to a different place, or to make someone or something do this

    I left my job because the company relocated.

    The authorities have relocated thousands of families from the flooded areas.

    relocate to:

    We are relocating to the north of Washington.

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relocation

 relocate pronunciation in American English /ˌriloʊˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/  noun [uncountable]

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