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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Now an ex-pat is enjoying a huge business success selling Irn Bru and Highlander crisps to fellow nationals in France.
The Hash House Harriers were set up in 1938 by ex-pats in Malaysia who wanted to keep fit while they were working abroad.
In the evening I'm cooking dinner for 16 ex-pats who all get together with crackers and silly hats.
We are contacted by email by several ex-pats living in Spain or Australia wishing to arrange their visits to England to include an evening with friends with us at the F&B.
Ex-pats in Australia and America have been on the phone asking for bottles to be sent over.
The oil's run out, banks are going under, property prices are slashed, and thousands of ex-pats are doing midnight flits back to Britain, to avoid facing jail for defaulting on loans and mortgages.
HERE are some of the latest comments from the ex-pats section of our forums:
John Buswell, a Solihull-born retired project manager, who lives in Badhoevedorp, south of Amsterdam, said the Aston sauce is hugely popular with ex-pats but has yet to become a household name.
I don't agree with British ex-pats voting to decide how we should beg overned either if, for some reason, they find it better to live abroad.
HURRICANE Charley has given our Florida ex-pats a tough time this week.
The English bar, used mainly by ex-pats and tourists, is a far cry from the hardline loyalist pubs just 20 miles further up the Costa Blanca coast.
Curry producers are exporting Birmingham-made dishes like Chicken Tikka Masala to feed homesick ex-pats and holidaymakers eager for the elusive taste of Birmingham.
The huge operation to airlift ex-pats was led by Scots-born deputy High Commissioner Colin Glass.
It was revealed last month that19 ex-pats had their visas cancelled and three were deported from Queensland following the probe.
WE'VE launched a new ex-pats section on the Examiner's website.