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Translation of "deport" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

deport

verb [T]
 
 
/dɪˈpɔːt/ US  /-ˈpɔːrt/
to force someone to leave a country, especially someone who has no legal right to be there or who has broken the law
把…驱逐出境,把…遣送出境
Thousands of illegal immigrants are caught and deported every year.
每年都有数千名非法移民被捕并被驱逐出境。
The refugees were deported back to their country of origin.
那些难民被遣返回国了。
Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leave
deportation
 
 
/ˌdiː.pɔːˈteɪ.ʃən/ US  /-pɔːr-/ noun [C or U]
There were mass deportations in the 1930s, when thousands of people were forced to leave the country.
20世纪30年代曾发生大规模驱逐事件,当时数千人被迫离开了这个国家。
Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leave
(Definition of deport from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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