expatriate

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Synonyms for expatriate

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

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Synonyms for expatriate

a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country

expel from a country

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move away from one's native country and adopt a new residence abroad

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We want British ex-pats and locals to help us by being extra eyes and ears and telling us what they know.
In December 2011, the municipality of Chatham-Kent launched a campaign geared to ex-pats when many would be home for the holidays.
These ex-pats, many of whom are more financially secure than families struggling to put food on the table back at home, should be made to take out private health policies.
Several members of the ex-pat group, who are operating under the name Muirfield Mills, travelled to the Highland capital last week for talks with key members of the Inverness board.
These people are not ex-pats but true Welsh patriots whose first and only language is English.
Many hotels have revised their entertainment offerings following the announcement, which has sent the plans of tens of thousands of British ex-pats into disarray.
A couple of bronzed ex-pat pensioners are basking in the sun on the costa del sol, supping their colourful cocktails.
The argument goes as follows: The move an ex-pat makes is part of a significant professional move, a move that often brings with it new professional challenges and new expectations.
Also a British ex-pat, Pratley, who was the founder of the Ontario Film Institute, which became The Film Reference Library and Cinematheque Ontario, was made a Member of the Order of Canada in 1984 for his service to Canada through film appreciation.
Somehow, no one figured out how complementary these sounds from opposite hemispheres could be until this Slavic ex-pat in Brazil's largest city did the honors.
UNLESS you're an ex-pat Aussie and fancy a good laugh over your cornflakes this morning, this is a pretty dismal day for TV sport.
Sean's loss comes at a high price tag when he's forced to work off the debt under the thumb of ex-pat, Han (Kang).
EX-PAT Geordies in Moscow revelled in the chance to see the Toon on their doorstep .
Ex-pat Galway broadcaster John Coyne, who now lives in Gateshead, is best known in Irish media circles as San O Cadhain from his work with RT[ETH] Raidi na Gaeltachta.
The first year we got 68 ex-pat Tykes, then 89 last year, and we are hoping for 100 this year.