out-migrate

verb
out-mi·grate | \ ˈau̇t-ˌmī-ˌgrāt \
out-migrated; out-migrating; out-migrates

Definition of out-migrate 

intransitive verb

: to leave one region or community in order to settle in another especially as part of a large-scale and continuing movement of population — compare in-migrate

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out-migration \ˌau̇t-mī-ˈgrā-shən \ noun

First Known Use of out-migrate

1953, in the meaning defined above

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