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translocation (s) (noun), translocations (pl)
1. The movement or the act of transferring someone or something, from one position or situation to a different arrangement: Ben and Mia were making a translocation from their old house to a new and more pleasant residence near a lake.
2. Etymology: from Latin trare, "to cross" + locatio, "a placing" + -ation, "act or state of".
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