Translation of emigrant in Spanish:

emigrant

emigrante, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɛmɪɡr(ə)nt//ˈɛməɡrənt/

noun

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    (masculine and feminine) emigrante
    • However in hard economic times Irish emigrants had sent remittances home to sustain their families in Ireland.
    • Many of the Irish emigrants in that city are lonely and isolated and need help and support at this vulnerable time in their lives.
    • It shouldn't surprise anybody that generations of emigrants have gone to other countries to find employment.
    • Many other emigrants subsequently settled in Dublin and the other major urban centres in the country.
    • These emigrants sent money back home when they were young and healthy, working on the buildings and roads in England.
    • Many of our emigrants, fortunately, have had positive experiences in their adopted countries.
    • He said returning emigrants would be afforded particular priority under the planning guidelines for rural housing.
    • The Minister said he will ask the group to pay special attention to the position of vulnerable and elderly emigrants.
    • How important is ethnicity for the descendants of emigrants?
    • But, in many cases, deportation is the least worry facing the illegal emigrants.
    • Without that contribution from the emigrants we could not enjoy the economic success that we have today.
    • It is reckoned that emigrants sent home the equivalent of 2 billion which helped to prop up our ailing economy.
    • Like all emigrants, he loved the homeland and kept in constant touch.
    • The influx of a huge number of returning emigrants and migrant workers was the last thing that was needed.
    • The only significant change since earlier times was that emigrants went to England rather than America.
    • In more recent times, emigrants from Ireland and Scotland made homes there.
    • The age profile of emigrants was younger than that for immigrants.
    • Specifically, emigrants would be able to move half their money as a first stage, then half of what is left a year later.
    • Six tall ships stopped in Hull as they retraced the route from Europe to America taken by two million emigrants more than a century ago.
    • Many of the lands to which these emigrants went are still amongst the world's most thinly populated areas.