I found out that the word "migration" can be countable and uncountable according to oxford, but I didn't find any source explaining when to use countable or uncountable form.

For example, is it correct to say:

This problem may lead to frequent migrations.


  • Context please! Are you talking about people or animals, or something else. – James K Apr 21 at 11:07
  • I'm talking about loads on several devices and their migration from one device to another. – Pablo Apr 26 at 9:35

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