emigration

Emigration vs Migrant - What's the difference?

emigration | migrant |


As nouns the difference between emigration and migrant

is that emigration is emigration while migrant is migrant.

Emigration - What does it mean?

emigration | |

Imm vs Emigration - What's the difference?

imm | emigration |


As a noun emigration is

emigration.

Emigration vs Diapedesis - What's the difference?

emigration | diapedesis |


As nouns the difference between emigration and diapedesis

is that emigration is emigration while diapedesis is the migration of blood cells (especially leucocytes) through the intact walls of blood vessels into the surrounding tissue.

Emigration vs Demigration - What's the difference?

emigration | demigration |


As nouns the difference between emigration and demigration

is that emigration is emigration while demigration is (obsolete) emigration.

Emigration vs Remigration - What's the difference?

emigration | remigration |


As nouns the difference between emigration and remigration

is that emigration is emigration while remigration is migration back to the place from which one came.

Taxonomy vs Emigration - What's the difference?

taxonomy | emigration |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and emigration

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while emigration is emigration.

Margination vs Emigration - What's the difference?

margination | emigration |


As nouns the difference between margination and emigration

is that margination is the provision of margins while emigration is emigration.

Emigration vs Travel - What's the difference?

emigration | travel |


As nouns the difference between emigration and travel

is that emigration is emigration while travel is the act of traveling.

As a verb travel is

to be on a journey, often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another.

Exile vs Emigration - What's the difference?

exile | emigration |


As nouns the difference between exile and emigration

is that exile is the state of being banished from one's home or country while emigration is the act of emigrating; movement of a person or persons out of a country or national region, for the purpose of permanent relocation of residence.

As a verb exile

is to send into exile.

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