remigrate

remigrate

(ˌriːmaɪˈɡreɪt)
vb (intr)
1. to migrate again, to migrate back, to return
2. archaic to change back

remigrate


Past participle: remigrated
Gerund: remigrating

Imperative
remigrate
remigrate
Present
I remigrate
you remigrate
he/she/it remigrates
we remigrate
you remigrate
they remigrate
Preterite
I remigrated
you remigrated
he/she/it remigrated
we remigrated
you remigrated
they remigrated
Present Continuous
I am remigrating
you are remigrating
he/she/it is remigrating
we are remigrating
you are remigrating
they are remigrating
Present Perfect
I have remigrated
you have remigrated
he/she/it has remigrated
we have remigrated
you have remigrated
they have remigrated
Past Continuous
I was remigrating
you were remigrating
he/she/it was remigrating
we were remigrating
you were remigrating
they were remigrating
Past Perfect
I had remigrated
you had remigrated
he/she/it had remigrated
we had remigrated
you had remigrated
they had remigrated
Future
I will remigrate
you will remigrate
he/she/it will remigrate
we will remigrate
you will remigrate
they will remigrate
Future Perfect
I will have remigrated
you will have remigrated
he/she/it will have remigrated
we will have remigrated
you will have remigrated
they will have remigrated
Future Continuous
I will be remigrating
you will be remigrating
he/she/it will be remigrating
we will be remigrating
you will be remigrating
they will be remigrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remigrating
you have been remigrating
he/she/it has been remigrating
we have been remigrating
you have been remigrating
they have been remigrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remigrating
you will have been remigrating
he/she/it will have been remigrating
we will have been remigrating
you will have been remigrating
they will have been remigrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remigrating
you had been remigrating
he/she/it had been remigrating
we had been remigrating
you had been remigrating
they had been remigrating
Conditional
I would remigrate
you would remigrate
he/she/it would remigrate
we would remigrate
you would remigrate
they would remigrate
Past Conditional
I would have remigrated
you would have remigrated
he/she/it would have remigrated
we would have remigrated
you would have remigrated
they would have remigrated
References in periodicals archive ?
We expect that those migrants who send money home to Mexico will have lower probabilities of being stayers, but they also may have higher probabilities of being multiple-trip migrants since the ability to supplement his family's Mexican income may be a strong incentive to remigrate.
8) Our results are listed in Table 2, where the base category is single-trip migrants; thus, the coefficients are relative to remigrate = 1.
Table 1 Descriptive Statistics N = 2,538 Standard Variable Description Mean Deviation remigrate 1 = "single-trip migrant": no remigration last 5 years (n = 717) 2 = "multiple-trip migrant": 1.
They have the lowest rate of interorganisational change of all groups and they enjoy their life in Japan; those who plan to leave want to return 'home' in India, but not remigrate.
They do not show special eagerness to return, neither need to remigrate.
Immigrant health status may also appear to improve with duration in cross-sectional data if the least healthy die or remigrate (Palloni and Arias, 2004).
While many of the professors of other fields may still have felt strong ties to their former institutions and to some of their former colleagues - and also may have received more convincing invitations to return - one may consider that younger scholars, for whom political emigration had been the most decisive step in their careers, were less likely to remigrate after the war.