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
Li-Lac has been selling chocolates since 1923 and is known for creamy, old-school recipes, but only recently relocated to the Brooklyn site.
The letter, which was sent in recent weeks, contained a list of questions for firms about plans to relocate staff or apply for foreign licenses in the wake of Brexit, as well as their IT systems and capital reserves.
The monuments in New Orleans, relocated to warehouses or holding stations and gone from view, are now the subjects of a new time, new imperatives, indeed even alternative victory narratives.
Financial reversals scuttled the plan, and all that’s left are Pantoja Park, the William Heath Davis House, relocated to 410 Island Ave.
The IS fighters relocated to the coastal city of Sirte and Darna remains to this day under the control of the Mujahideen Shura Council.
Raymond Espinoza of Honeybee Rescue Farm removed the bees and planned to relocate them elsewhere amid large bee losses nationwide.
College choices will likely be in the Northeast since the family will relocate there following the twins' early graduation in December.
So relocating these Confederate monuments is not about taking something away from someone else.
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Definition of relocate for English Language Learners
: to move to a new place
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