Last modified on 13 November 2013, at 17:57
From French expatrier, from ex- (“out of”) + patrie (“native land”)
expatriate (not comparable)
- Of, or relating to, people who are expatriates.
- an expatriate mailing list
of people who are expatriates
- Italian: espatriato
- Japanese: 海外居住者の (kaigai-kyojyūsha no)
- Macedonian: иселенички m (iselénički)
- Russian: эмигрантский (ru) (emigrántskij)
expatriate (plural expatriates)
- One who lives outside one’s own country.
- One who has been banished from one’s own country.
person living outside own country
person who has been banished from his own country
expatriate (third-person singular simple present expatriates, present participle expatriating, simple past and past participle expatriated)
- (transitive) To banish; to drive or force (a person) from his own country; to make an exile of.
- (intransitive) To withdraw from one’s native country.
- (intransitive) To renounce the rights and liabilities of citizenship where one is born and become a citizen of another country.
- Bulgarian: заточавам (bg) (zatočavam)
- Danish: forvise
- Dutch: verbannen (nl)
- Estonian: välja saatma
- Finnish: karkottaa, ajaa maanpakoon
- Greek: εξορίζω (el) (exorízo)
- Japanese: 国外追放する (kokugai-tsuihō suru)
- Macedonian: изгонува (izgónuva), протерува (protéruva)
- Polish: wypędzać, wygnać
- Swedish: förvisa, bannlysa
withdraw from one’s country
renounce citizenship and become a citizen of another country
- Greek: εκπατρίζω (ekpatrízo)
- Japanese: 亡命する (boumei suru)
- Russian: эмигрировать (ru) (emigrirovatʹ)