See also: Migration
- An instance of moving to live in another place for a while.
- Seasonal moving for animals, as birds or fishes, to breed or find a new home.
- 2013 January 1, Paul Bartel, Ashli Moore, “Avian Migration: The Ultimate Red-Eye Flight”, in American Scientist, volume 101, number 1, page 47–48:
- Many of these classic methods are still used, with some modern improvements. For example, with the aid of special microphones and automated sound detection software, ornithologists recently reported […] that pine siskins (Spinus pinus) undergo an irregular, nomadic type of nocturnal migration.
- Movement in general.
- The migration of lead from a can to the food inside it can cause lead poisoning.
- (computing) Instance of changing a platform from an environment to another one.
- (biochemistry) The movement of cells in particular directions to specific locations.
- inmigration, in-migration
- outmigration, out-migration
moving a place to live to another
seasonal moving of animals, birds or fish
computing: changing a platform from an environment to another one
migration f (plural migrations)
- “migration” in le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- migration; an instance of moving to live in another place for a while, often used in regards of immigration
- Migrationspolitiken har gått överstyr och måste återgå till sansade diskussioner.
- The migration politics has gone overboared and must return to a state of sane discussions.
- (biology) migration; seasonal moving for animals, as birds or fishes, to breed or find a new home
- (computing) migration; instance of changing a platform from an environment to another one
|Declension of migration|