relocation

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English[edit]

English Wikipedia has articles on:
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Etymology[edit]

From re- +‎ location.

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  • IPA(key): /ˌɹiːləʊˈkeɪʃən/

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relocation (countable and uncountable, plural relocations)

  1. The act of moving from one place to another.
    • 1961 February, “Talking of Trains: Phase II units in service”, in Trains Illustrated, page 69:
      Another source of discontent with the Phase I stock has been obviated by relocation of the interior heating elements and the introduction of thermostatic control; this has eradicated the searing blasts of hot air passengers used to feel about their calves [...].
    • 2019 October, “Funding for 20tph East London Line service”, in Modern Railways, page 28:
      The work to deliver an 18tph service involves relocation of four signals and associated equipment to improve signal spacing.
    • 2020 June 17, “Network News: Byford appointed to top London transport post”, in Rail, page 16:
      He was also entitled to a relocation payment but has chosen not to take it.
  2. Renewal of a lease.
  3. (computing) The assigning of addresses to variables either at linkage editing, or at run time

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French[edit]

French Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

From re- +‎ location.

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relocation f (plural relocations)

  1. relocation (all senses)

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