Synonym: deport, exile. Similar words: repatriate, patriarch, patriarchy, patriarchal, patriot, patrician, psychiatrist, infuriate. Meaning: [eks'pætrɪeɪt] n. voluntarily absent from home or country. v. 1. expel from a country 2. move away from one's native country and adopt a new residence abroad.
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1 The writer, an expatriate living in Singapore, has studied and worked in the US.
2 It is therefore advisable for the expatriate to give advance notice to the school of when places are required.
3 In most cities of that region the expatriate community remained, even after independence, a closed circle.
4 She and Gwen, a fellow widow and expatriate, were booked on an escorted tour of the Holy Land.
5 Expatriate vehicles are kept to an absolute minimum, and site offices are merely caravans.
6 And expatriate savers and investors do need the help of a professional adviser.
7 Schmidt was a German expatriate who had been living in Portugal since 1989.
8 The writer is expatriate artist living in Singapore.
9 Handles Human Resources administration of expatriate staff.
10 The author is an expatriate artist living in Singapore.
11 Expatriate Chinese also fled neighbouring Solomon Islands in large numbers after racially - charged disturbances in 2006.
12 She worked harder than most of my wealthy expatriate students.
13 Create a community for expatriate Macintosh users; participate actively in activities with foreign Macintosh user group.
14 Personality traits; Career management; Expatriate compensation management; Job satisfaction; Expatriate willingness.
15 Firms are finding that they cannot replace expensive expatriate staff with cheaper local hires ("localise" in the jargon) as quickly as they hoped.
16 Around 30,000 people , the largest Australian expatriate community in Asia,[www.Sentencedict.com] are living in Hong Kong.
17 I became an expatriate myself in 1995 when I moved from Italy, my country of origin, to the Bata Limited international office here in Canada.
18 Both the local and expatriate elite mingle on the outdoor patio lounge of the popular Chinar restaurant in Baku.
19 The French military is preparing to evacuate women and children of expatriate families.
20 In this month's personal finance feature below we look at how the Budget will affect expatriate savers and investors.
21 He talked about his homeland with all the sentimentality of an expatriate.
22 Finally, the increase in projects has produced a constant stream of highly-paid expatriate consultants.
23 He was a threat to the very job of his expatriate opposite number.
24 Another factor not taken into account before the election was the number of expatriate Tory voters registered in marginal constituencies.
25 Some pay an additional disturbance payment to compensate the expatriate when he has to readjust to life in Britain on his return.
26 This month's personal finance column therefore takes a back to basics look at expatriate tax.
27 David Prosser reports Gordon Brown's Budget last month gave expatriate savers and investors several opportunities to exploit.
28 This paper develops a practical approach for the selection of expatriate managers.
29 We hope Canada honor its commitment, close this case asas possible and expatriate Lai to China.
30 I was introduced to the Eastern viewpoint of IP by a thoughtful , sophisticated Chinese expatriate engineer.
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