English version

take up residence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake up residencetake up residenceformalLIVE SOMEWHERE to start living in a place He took up residence in Chicago. residence
Examples from the Corpus
take up residenceHe was only a few weeks away from his ninetieth birthday when pneumonia again took up residence in his weary lungs.In 1953 Diem took up residence at a monastery in Belgium.One of them has taken up residence in a hut in Roche's garden.The Dee at Chester was fishable but the only action was from 40 cormorants who have taken up residence above the weir.The labs' distant agents are Kurds who have taken up residence in the West.In 1951 he took up residence in Chicago.In 1858 a wild rabbit takes up residence in the garden.They take up residence in some numbers in marsh and swampland.He's about to take up residence at Hertford College, Oxford.He left the country in December to take up residence in Panama.
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