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im·mi·grant

 (ĭm′ĭ-grənt)
n.
1. A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another.
2. An organism that establishes itself in an area where it previously did not exist.
adj.
Of or relating to immigrants or the act of immigrating.

immigrant

(ˈɪmɪɡrənt)
n
1.
a. a person who comes to a country in order to settle there. Compare emigrant
b. (as modifier): an immigrant community.
2. (Plants) an animal or plant that lives or grows in a region to which it has recently migrated

im•mi•grant

(ˈɪm ɪ grənt)

n.
1. a person who migrates to another country, usu. for permanent residence.
2. an organism found in a new habitat.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to immigrants and immigration: a department for immigrant affairs.
[1780–90, Amer.; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.immigrant - a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle thereimmigrant - a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there
migrant, migrator - traveler who moves from one region or country to another

immigrant

noun settler, incomer, alien, stranger, outsider, newcomer, migrant, emigrant an illegal immigrant

immigrant

noun
One who emigrates:
Translations
مُهَاجِرٌمُهاجِر
imigrantpřistěhovalec
immigrantindvandrerindvandrer-
maahanmuuttaja
imigrant
bevándorló
innflytjandi
移住者移民
이주자
imigracijaimigrantas
imigrants, ieceļotājs
prisťahovalecký
priseljenec
doseljenicadoseljenik
immigrantinvandrare
ผู้อพยพเข้าประเทศ
người nhập cư

immigrant

[ˈɪmɪgrənt]
A. ADJinmigrante
B. Ninmigrante mf
C. CPD immigrant community Ncomunidad f de inmigrantes
immigrant worker Ntrabajador(a) m/f inmigrante

immigrant

[ˈɪmɪgrənt]
n
(newly arrived)immigrant(e) m/f illegal immigrant
(already established)immigré(e) m/f
modif [group, community] → d'immigrés; [woman, parent, family] → immigré(e) immigrant workerimmigrant worker ntravailleur/euse m/f immigré(e)

immigrant

nEinwanderer m, → Einwanderin f, → Immigrant(in) m(f)
attr the immigrant population/communitydie Einwanderer pl; … has an immigrant population of 50,000… hat einen ausländischen Bevölkerungsanteil von 50.000

immigrant

[ˈɪmɪgrnt] adj & n (newly arrived) → immigrante (m/f); (already established) → immigrato/a

immigrant

(ˈimigrənt) noun, adjective
(a person) who has come into a foreign country to live there permanently, not as a tourist or visitor. The eastern part of the city is inhabited by immigrants; the immigrant population.
ˌimmiˈgration noun
the act of entering a country in order to settle there.

immigrant

مُهَاجِرٌ imigrant immigrant Immigrant μετανάστης inmigrante maahanmuuttaja immigré imigrant immigrato 移住者 이주자 immigrant immigrant imigrant imigrante иммигрант immigrant ผู้อพยพเข้าประเทศ göçmen người nhập cư 侨民

immigrant

n. inmigrante.
References in classic literature ?
The immigrants rumbled off into the empty darkness, and we followed them.
However, he went with the man, who picked up several other newly landed immigrants, Poles, Lithuanians, and Slovaks, and took them all outside, where stood a great four-horse tallyho coach, with fifteen or twenty men already in it.
As to the Indians I cannot doubt that they are more recent immigrants from below.
Certainly many of the immigrants were rather dull, and Lucy realized this more vividly since her return from Italy.
French Indo-China had been overrun, filled up, by Chinese immigrants.
If it can be shown to be almost invariably the case, that a region, of which most of its inhabitants are closely related to, or belong to the same genera with the species of a second region, has probably received at some former period immigrants from this other region, my theory will be strengthened; for we can clearly understand, on the principle of modification, why the inhabitants of a region should be related to those of another region, whence it has been stocked.
Hence it would appear probable, that the same causes which here make the immigrants of some peculiar species smaller, make most of the peculiar Galapageian species also smaller, as well as very generally more dusky coloured.
to the beginning of the fifth, the island was a Roman province, with Latin as the language of the ruling class of Roman immigrants, who introduced Roman civilization and later on Christianity, to the Britons of the towns and plains.
This was evidently no ordinary party of immigrants, but rather some nomad people who had been compelled from stress of circumstances to seek themselves a new country.
A few immigrant wagons, diverted from the highways of travel by the fame of the new diggings, halted upon the slopes of Devil's Spur and on the arid flats of the Ford, and disgorged their sallow freight of alkali-poisoned, prematurely-aged women and children and maimed and fever-stricken men.
It came from outside--from the quiet laboratory of a Columbia professor who had arrived in the United States as a young Hungarian immigrant not many years earlier.
It vindicates no right, it aspires to no real good, it brands no crime, it proposes no generous policy; it does not build, nor write, nor cherish the arts, nor foster religion, nor establish schools, nor encourage science, nor emancipate the slave, nor befriend the poor, or the Indian, or the immigrant.

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