migrant


migrant
noun
ADJECTIVE
economic
illegal, undocumented (esp. AmE)
rural
first-generation, second-generation
MIGRANT + NOUN
labourer/laborer, worker

They entered the country as migrant workers.

population
bird
PREPOSITION
migrant from

migrants from rural areas

migrant into, migrant to

Migrants to the city send money home to their relatives.

PHRASES
a flow of migrants, an influx of migrants

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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