English words and Examples of Usage

use "migrate" in a sentence

It is a rarity in the Bahamas since this species does not migrate.

Migration Mysteries, a program about which animals migrate and why.

Its no good creating an educated group who then migrate to better shores.

But even if the laws were changed, it would be hard for many to migrate.

Some have already started to migrate because their ways of living are becoming impossible.

This enables you to easily migrate your RHEL 6.x workloads into container-based applications.

There also doesn't appear to be a way to migrate from an individual license to a team license.

NRDC proudly claims credit for Obama's EPA strategy and foolishly allows it to migrate to Paris.

As part of a multi-phase transition, Pillar will see its clients migrate to the new core platform.

The young larvael forms of Taenia solium can migrate to the brain where they burrow to form cysts.

So, if they were to migrate, from say, Guatemala to the US, they would become much more productive.

Leatherback turtle - Leatherback turtles migrate vast distances to beaches where they lay their eggs.

Many users have called for the OS to migrate to PMT.20.

Most whales and other marine mammals avoid the harsh winters of the Arctic, and migrate to warmer waters.

Small numbers appear to migrate to South Korea during the nonbreeding period.

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