- a person who lives outside their native country；an exile.
- denoting or relating to a person living outside their native country；expelled from one's native country.
- send (a person or money) abroad
noun: expatriate, plural noun: expatriates
verb: expatriate, 3rd person present: expatriates, gerund or present participle: expatriating, past tense: expatriated, past participle: expatriated
- 1. a person who lives outside their native country:
American expatriates in London
- 2. an exile.
- 1. denoting or relating to a person living outside their native country:
- 2. expelled from one's native country.
- 1. send (a person or money) abroad:
we expatriated the prisoners of war immediately after the end of the war
people that have illegally expatriated funds
- n.a person who lives outside their native country:
- American expatriates in London
- adj.denoting or relating to a person living outside their native country:
- expatriate writers and artists
- v.settle oneself abroad:
- candidates should be willing to expatriate
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