Definition of


  1. (verb, change) move or establish in a new location
  2. (verb, change) become established in a new location

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Alternate forms of Relocate

Derivations: relocation

Hypernyms: displace, move

Origin of the word Relocate

  1. "to move to another place," 1834, from re- "back, again" + locate (v.). The noun relocation is attested from 1746, in Scottish law, with a sense of "renewal of a lease." more

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