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deport
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
deport /di'pɔ:t/
  • ngoại động từ
    • trục xuất; phát vãng, đày đi
      • to deport oneself: ăn ở, cư xử
Concise Dictionary
deports|deported|deportingdɪ'pɔːt
verb
+behave in a certain manner
+hand over to the authorities of another country
+expel from a country

Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
[VN] to force sb to leave a country, usually because they have broken the law or because they have no legal right to be there: He was convicted of drug offences and deported.
deportation [C, U]: Several of the asylum seekers now face deportation. + a deportation order
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

forcibly

PREP.

(back) to
Many refugees were forcibly deported back to the countries they had come from.
| from
He was deported from Britain last week.



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