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移民, いみん

  • imin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • emigration
  • immigration


  • emigrant
  • immigrant

Examples of 移民,いみん in a Sentence

The United States has long been known as a "melting pot" because most of its people are descended from immigrants.
The German Chancellor is plagued by immigration problems.
They arrived in Southern Rhodesia, and there was a choice of an immigrants' camp, consisting of mud huts with a communal water supply, or a hotel; and they chose the hotel, being what are known as people of means.
That country has a lot of immigrants from Europe.
The bishop took pity on the desperate immigrants.
Between 1820 and 1973, the United States admitted more than 46 million immigrants.
This study compares the immigration policies of various nations.
The ship carried hundreds of emigrants to the US.
This is the central problem of postwar immigration.
Packed into wooden fishing boats like sardines the immigrants undergo the dangerous voyage there.

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