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relocate (ree LOH kayt") (verb), relocates; relocated; relocating
1. To move to a different place: Jerome's brother relocated from a small town to a big city in order to get a job that pays higher wages.

Because Mr. Johnson had a new job in Boston, the family had to relocate to the new city and buy a house.

2. To become established in a new area: Because his firm was relocated to the West, the Lawson family had to move to Los Angeles so the father could continue his employment with the company.
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