Examples of relocate in a Sentence
He relocated to Los Angeles for his new job.
How can we convince more businesses to relocate to this city?
The company decided to relocate its headquarters.
Recent Examples of relocate from the Web
Black people were forced to work physically demanding jobs for little pay — an issue that actually drove Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. to relocate to Chicago in an attempt to bring about change — while dealing with massive job losses.
Jenkins' resume includes a campaign that relocated an eight-ton marble bust of Stanton, Anthony, and Lucretia Mott to the United States Capitol Rotunda (a feat that required two acts of Congress) in 1998.
It was carefully dissembled by Charlie Wood and members of the city's parks department and relocated to its present location at Holland Lake.
Same goes for firms already here that must relocate because their facilities are in the pathway of encroaching real estate developers.
Some 200 people have refused to leave those buildings, and authorities are still trying to convince the holdouts to relocate.
Certainly, the luxury end of the market has experienced a particular boom this year, as many billionaire investors, lawyers and oil and gas executives relocated to the capital.
Third in our poll, Ruth's Chris was founded in New Orleans, but relocated to the Orlando, Florida area after Hurricane Katrina.
The football team’s San Diego tenure spanned from John F. Kennedy to Donald J. Tramp — at 56 years, the longest continuous tenure of a relocating NFL franchise.
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Definition of relocate for English Language Learners
: to move to a new place
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