Definition: relocation

re·lo·cate (r-lkt)

v. re·lo·cat·edre·lo·cat·ingre·lo·cates
To move to or establish in a new place: relocated the business.
To become established in a new residence of place of business: relocated in Brazil.

relo·cation n.

Note that there is no mention of duration or permanence in the above definition. I could relocate to the kitchen table for breakfast, and, rest assured, I fully intend to relocate myself back to the USA when I’m good and ready.

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