Translation of relocate in Spanish:

relocate

Pronunciation: /ˌriːləʊˈkeɪt/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [factory/office/employee] (in the same labor market) trasladar; (to a cheaper labor market) deslocalizar*; [refugees/slum dwellers] reasentar*, realojar
    More example sentences
    • That said, the band will be making its big move when they relocate to Toronto for the summer.
    • Just because major businesses have relocated to Sandton does not mean that the inner city no longer exists.
    • If we don't, companies hardest hit by the downturn may go out of business or relocate out of Singapore.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [company] trasladarse would you be prepared to relocate if offered the job? ¿estaría dispuesto a trasladarse de domicilio or a mudarse si le ofreciéramos el puesto?

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