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Physical MovementPlay
Often implies a significant change, like moving between cities or countries, not just nearby. SlideThey decided to relocate from New York to Paris.
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Life ChangingPlay
Used when the move has a big impact on one's life, such as job or family reasons. SlideThe scientist had to relocate for the new research project.
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Corporate MovesPlay
When businesses relocate, it often involves strategic decisions affecting many people. SlideThe corporation will relocate its headquarters next spring.