- move to a new place and establish one's home or business there
verb: relocate, 3rd person present: relocates, gerund or present participle: relocating, past tense: relocated, past participle: relocated
- 1. move to a new place and establish one's home or business there sixty workers could face redundancy because the firm is relocating distribution staff will be relocated to Holland
- move to a new place and establish one's home or business there: distribution staff will be relocated to Holland if you are relocating here from another state
Oxford American Dictionary
Transfer=轉換上班位置: 例如:從接待Transfer為秘書 Relocate=轉換上班地點: 例如: 從台北Relocate到台中
Their history is filled with wars, which led to loss of territory and forced many sub-tribes to relocate to safer territory. 他們的歷史充滿著戰爭，戰爭導致領土喪失和強迫無數的下級部落去重新定居到較安全的領土
...the 5th floor of the 2nd factory) destinated smoking area has been relocated. 2. Relocating date: Starting 7 a.m., May 16th, 2007 3...