Definition of migrational in English:


Pronunciation /mīˈɡrāSHənl/


See migration

‘And if it weren't for genetically implanted migrational instincts I doubt any moose kids would go up there.’
  • ‘This feature may well have created a broad migrational highway for East Gondwanan marine and freshwater species to spread westward.’
  • ‘The different migrational waves that swept the Caribbean region over centuries have influenced the culture and the culinary habits of the region.’
  • ‘Most of these lesions arise as a consequence of migrational defects during thymic embryogenesis.’
  • ‘Most elk are hunted in the forest, although I do know of migrational paths that change that story.’