During the potato famine, many migrated from Ireland to America.
2 wander, roam, voyage, rove, drift, range:
Some say that the American Indians migrated across the Bering land bridge from Asia.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb[V] 1 (of birds, animals, etc.) to move from one part of the world to another according to the season: Swallows migrate south in winter. 2 (of a lot of people) to move from one town, country, etc. to go and live and/or work in another Synonym: EMIGRATE Thousands were forced to migrate from rural to urban areas in search of work. 3 (technical) to move from one place to another: The infected cells then migrate to other areas of the body.
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north, northwards, etc.
birds that migrate south in the winter
from, into, to
migrating from Europe to Africa
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