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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Hearing the familiar strains of Chris Rea's Driving Home for Christmas on the radio in the run-up to Christmas has prompted recruitment agency boss Jo Nelson to remind the hundreds of North East ex-patriates visiting family for the festive season to check out the top jobs on offer here in the North East.
Mr Walker, along with James Lee from Cardiff, James Cottle from Manchester, Alexander Mitchell from Glasgow, and Peter Brandon from Wales, was convicted last year of a bombing campaign against fellow ex-patriates.
Certain sections are full of the English and just being with ex-patriates would be oppressive.
Ex-patriates and bemused Americans browse among the bangers, fish fingers and HP sauce.
Upon the acquisition, Kiefer will reside in the Czech Republic, along with several other truck industry ex-patriates chosen by SDC's Board.
Not that all the potential buyers are returning, retired ex-patriates.
He said: "We can confirm there are four Britons among the group of ex-patriates.
Cllr Cairns and his wife Nancy, were the city's first civic leaders from the Emerald Isle, whose ex-patriates, their children and grandchildren now make up 30,000 of Coventry's citizens.
Alexia Tongue of Citibank's new Birmingham office said the company was also homing in on multi-national companies with operations in the region to recruit employees, particularly ex-patriates familiar with the Citibank brand in their home countries.
By comparing the expense of ex-patriates living in each city, from buying fruit to paying for accommodation, researchers have found prices in Birmingham have fallen although its position in the cost of living index has risen.
Why are ex-patriates who have lived overseas for a long time allowed to vote in our General Elections?
In the early days, much of the shop's custom came from ex-patriates returning to the British shores who wanted "good stuff".
British ex-patriates and Americans stood side-byside to sing the British and American national anthems.
He will also help to promote trade between Britain and Estonia - and he will be in charge of locating Estonian ex-patriates in this country to persuade them to register for the general election in their home country next April.
Brown Thomas boss Stephen Sealy said many of the customers were Chinese ex-patriates looking to snap up a bargain for the Chinese New Year on January 31.