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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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Anyway Graham Miles, like I suggested, become an ex-pat.
The campaign is part of Operation Captura, which targets British fugitives believed to be hiding among ex-pat communities in the Spanish Costas.
Andre Robichaud, Kapuskasing's economic development officer, is a former ex-pat who, as a teen, harboured some anti-hometown sentiment growing up in the forestry mill town.
He filmed an episode at Nerja's La Parra de Burriana, owned by ex-pat Laurence Davy, a former nightclub manager.
That'll keep those ex-pats coming back week after week for sure.
Our focus on customer service will suit businesses and the ex-pat community as much there as it does our UK clients.
However, in a caustic response to the cream of the region's talent, Coun Forbes branded the group Geordie ex-pats who have made their fortune portraying the North East, while calling for them to add actions to their words.
According to the report, strict Islamic laws in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) forbid ex-pats from drinking alcohol without a pass from the government.
A BELT-BUSTING deep fried English breakfast has been created by a Rugby ex-pat at his fast food joint in New York.
And the Cardiff-born actor hasn't dismissed the thought of one day opening his own with some of his Welsh ex-pat mates, who include fellow thesps Ioan Gruffudd, Owain Yeoman and Andrew Howard.
AS a hard working taxpayer I object in the strongest terms to NHS funds being used to pay for operations and treatment for ex-pat pensioners.
INVERNESS are closing in on a lucrative deal with a group of ex-pat fans who want to invest pounds 250,000 into the club.
As far as my personal status is concerned I don't think it's relevant whether I am an ex-pat or whatever but as an individual I do have considerable experience of damage that nationalism and related prejudices can do to any nation.
Ex-pat Colin Davies, 54, from Glasgow, said: "It was outrageous.
An ex-pat reader from Portugal has appealed to UK optometrists who can man his Algarve practice during the winter.