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relocate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
relocate
  • ngoại động từ
    • di chuyển tới; xây dựng lại
Concise Dictionary
relocates|relocated|relocatingverb
+become established in a new location
+move or establish in a new location

Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
(especially of a company or workers) to move or to move sb/sth to a new place to work or operate: [V] The firm may be forced to relocate from New York to Stanford. + Some were unwilling to relocate. + [VN] The company relocated its head office to Stanford.
relocation noun [U]: relocation costs / expenses


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