1 become established in a new location; "Our company relocated to the Midwest"
2 move or establish in a new location; "We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high"
Etymologyfrom re- + locate
to move (something) from one place to another
- Finnish: siirtää
to change one's domicile or place of business
- Finnish: muuttaa
Moving may refer to:
- Moving (address), the process of leaving one dwelling and settling in another
- Moving industry
- Moving company, a type of company that will relocate household or other goods.
- Removalist, those who pack and move household goods for hire.
- Relocation services, those who pack and move household goods for hire.
- Relocation of professional sports teams
- Relocation, in computer science.
- Structure relocation
- Moving (Eight album)
- Moving (Peter, Paul and Mary album)
- Moving (The Raincoats album)
- "Moving" (Kate Bush song)
- "Moving" (Supergrass song)
- "Moving", a song by Cathy Davey
- Moving (film), a comedy starring Richard Pryor
- Moving (TV series), a British sitcom starring Penelope Keith
relocate in German: Moving
anchor, billet at, bivouac, burrow, camp, carry away, carry off, cart away, colonize, come to anchor, delocalize, dislodge, displace, domesticate, drop anchor, ensconce, establish residence, hive, inhabit, keep house, lay aside, live at, locate, manhandle, moor, move, nest, park, people, perch, populate, put aside, remove, reside, roost, send, set aside, set up housekeeping, set up shop, settle, settle down, shift, shunt, side, sit down, squat, stand, stay at, strike root, take away, take residence at, take root, take up residence