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People used to move. Here’s how that changed, and why they became ‘immigrants’ instead.

People used to move. Here’s how that changed, and why they became ‘immigrants’ instead. | Washington Post | January 18, 2018
Source: Washington Post
January 18, 2018
Look up “immigrant” in different languages, and you'll notice something interesting: The word sounds nearly the same in lots of tongues. “Immigrant” is “immigrant” in Afrikaans, “imigrant” in Bulgarian and “yímín” in Chinese. Filipino speakers use the term “imigrante;” in Japanese it's something like “imin.” The Russian version of immigrant is, essentially, “immigrant.” In Spanish, it's […]

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