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Detailed Translations for relocate from English to Spanish


to relocate verb (relocates, relocated, relocating)

  1. to relocate (transfer)
  2. to relocate (transfer; move)

Conjugations for relocate:

  1. relocate
  2. relocate
  3. relocates
  4. relocate
  5. relocate
  6. relocate
simple past
  1. relocated
  2. relocated
  3. relocated
  4. relocated
  5. relocated
  6. relocated
present perfect
  1. have relocated
  2. have relocated
  3. has relocated
  4. have relocated
  5. have relocated
  6. have relocated
past continuous
  1. was relocating
  2. were relocating
  3. was relocating
  4. were relocating
  5. were relocating
  6. were relocating
  1. shall relocate
  2. will relocate
  3. will relocate
  4. shall relocate
  5. will relocate
  6. will relocate
continuous present
  1. am relocating
  2. are relocating
  3. is relocating
  4. are relocating
  5. are relocating
  6. are relocating
  1. be relocated
  2. be relocated
  3. be relocated
  4. be relocated
  5. be relocated
  6. be relocated
  1. relocate!
  2. let's relocate!
  3. relocated
  4. relocating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for relocate:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
transferir move; relocate; transfer assign; beam; convert; deposit; dislocate; move; pay by Giro; rack; reduce; remit; remove; resolve; send; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transfer by giro; transform; transpose
transponer relocate; transfer rack; transpose
trasladar relocate; transfer bring; bring along; carry; carry off; clear away; clear up; convert; dislocate; dismantle; lead off; move; rack; reduce; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; strip down; take apart a machine; trace back; transfer; transform; translate; transport; unharness; unrig
trasvasar relocate; transfer pour into; pour over; rack
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- relocate outside capital

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Synonyms for "relocate":

Related Definitions for "relocate":

  1. move or establish in a new location1
    • We had to relocate the office because the rent was too high1
  2. become established in a new location1
    • Our company relocated to the Midwest1
  3. To move programs and blocks of memory about within available space so as to use memory resources flexibly and efficiently. A relocatable program can be loaded by the operating system into any part of available memory rather than into only one specific area. A relocatable block of memory is a portion of memory that can be moved around by the operating system as required; for example, the system might collect several available, relocatable blocks of memory to form one larger block of the size requested for use by a program.2

Wiktionary Translations for relocate:

  1. to move (something) from one place to another
  2. to change one's domicile or place of business

Cross Translation:
relocate colocar umstellen — etwas von einem Ort auf einen anderen verlagern
relocate deslocalizar délocaliserdéplacer une entreprise d'un pays vers un autre, pour profiter d'une main d’œuvre moins couteuse et réduire les couts de production.