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Translation of "exile" - English-Spanish dictionary

exile

noun   /ˈek·saɪl/
[no plural] a situation in which someone has to leave their home and live in another country, often for political reasons exilio He spent the war years in exile in Paris.
verb   /ˈek·saɪl/
to force someone to leave their home and live in another country, often for political reasons exiliar
(Definition of exile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exile

noun /ˈeksail/
a person who lives outside their own country either from choice or because they are forced to do so exiliado an exile from his native land.
a (usually long) stay in a foreign land (eg as a punishment) exilio He was sent into exile.
(Definition of exile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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