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expatriate

ex·pa·tri·ate

expatriate

 
 
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, adjective, noun
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part of speech: transitive verb
pronunciation: eks peI tri eIt
inflections: expatriated, expatriates, expatriating
definition 1: to remove from one's native country or allegiance; send into exile; banish.
antonyms:
repatriate
similar words:
banish, deport, exile, ostracize, transport
definition 2: to withdraw (oneself) from allegiance to or residence in one's native land; withdraw (oneself) into exile.
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
pronunciation: eks peI tri eIt
definition: to go into exile from or give up one's allegiance to one's native land.
 
part of speech: adjective
pronunciation: eks peI tri t
definition: residing outside one's native land.
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part of speech: noun
pronunciation: eks peI tri t
definition: one who has gone into exile from or renounced allegiance to his or her native land.
In the first half of the twentieth century, numerous American artists and musicians were living in Paris as expatriates.
antonyms:
repatriate
similar words:
exile
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derivation: expatriation (n.)
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