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to move / movement / migration / mobile / portable
to immigrate / to migrate / emigrant / immigrant
to shift / to divert or distract (attention etc) / to change / to transform / metastasis (medicine) / to evacuate (people)
  *移* | 移* | *移
to move / to shift / to change / to alter / to remove
to remove
to migrate / to move
to drift
mobile telephone
mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc)
displacement (vector)
translation (geometry)
to transplant
to transfer / to hand over
displacement / deviation / offset
unswerving / unflinching
China Mobile (PRC state telecommunications company)
to shift / shift / translocation / displacement / (medicine) dislocation
to relocate a piece of equipment (air conditioner etc)
investment immigration / immigrant investor
imperceptible influence / to influence secretly
cell phone network
to migrate / to move to a new place of residence
to transfer (a case, a person, files etc)
to move away
(of time) to elapse or pass / (of a situation) to develop or evolve
to slip / to drift
immigration office
the old man moves mountains (idiom); fig. where there's a will, there's a way
to transplant (horticulture, agriculture)
transfer payment (payment from government or private sector for which no good or service is required in return)
to shift one's affection / to change sentiment
to drift
steadfast / inalienable
portable (programming language)
lit. the Big Dipper 北斗星 has turned and the stars have moved / time flies / also written 星移斗轉|星移斗转
moving average (in financial analysis)
(organ) transplant operation
lit. to graft flowers onto a tree / to surreptitiously substitute one thing for another (idiom)
portability (programming language)
to shift / to transfer
red shift (astronomy)
to relocate / to evacuate
to move one's base (of operations) / to reposition / to relocate
bone marrow transplant
to move (house) / to relocate / removals
to move troops to / (fig.) to move to / to shift to
to tow / (computing) to drag
change of affection, shift of love (idiom); to change one's feelings to another love / to fall in love with sb else
continental drift
to wander / to shift around / to waver / to vacillate
reach truck
blue shift (astronomy)
to transpose (music)
It is hard to change one's essential nature (idiom). You can't change who you are. / Can the leopard change his spots? (Jeremiah 13:23)
to put to a different use / to borrow / (linguistics) borrowing
migration (geology)
to move away
for a while
not shaken by poverty / to preserve one's ambitions although destitute
to shift one's eyes / (fig.) to shift one's attention / to divert attention
moving average index (used in financial analysis)
it is easier to change mountains and rivers than to alter one's character (idiom) / you can't change who you are / Can the leopard change his spots?
(sediment) transport
network migration
to oscillate without pause (idiom) / to fluctuate / (of thoughts) to wander / to waver
migrant / immigrant
lit. to move mountains and drain seas / to transform nature
lit. the Big Dipper 北斗星 has turned and the stars have moved / time flies / also written 斗轉星移|斗转星移
to re-use / to adapt (for another purpose) / to copy
intangible changes / unnoticed transformation / changes behind the scenes
to bring to justice / to hand over to the law
migrant worker
rivers and mountains are easy to change, man's character much harder
coronary bypass operation
to talk slowly and in depth (idiom)
variant of 移植
mass transfer (in LED panel manufacturing)
one's habits change with long custom
established and irrefutable (idiom)
mobile telephone
organ transplant
the will to move mountains / fig. high ambitions
mandatory college exam for immigrants
heart transplant

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