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foreign

adjective /ˈforən/
belonging to a country other than one’s own
extranjero
foreign coins a foreign passport.
(with to) not naturally part of
ajeno a
Anger was foreign to her nature.
foreigner noun a person from another country.
extranjero
an unfamiliar person.
extraño
foreign exchange noun (business) a system for changing the money of one country into the money of another country
mercados de cambio
foreign exchange markets.
(business) money obtained by using a system for changing the money of one country into the money of another country
cambio
Tourism is a valuable source of foreign exchange.
Translations of “foreign”
in Korean 외국의…
in Arabic أَجْنَبي…
in French étranger, étranger (à)…
in Italian straniero, estero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外國的, 異質的, 外來的…
in Russian иностранный, внешний…
in Turkish yabancı, yabancı ülkeyle ilişkin/ilgili…
in Polish zagraniczny…
in Portuguese estrangeiro, exterior…
in German ausländisch, fremd…
in Catalan estranger…
in Japanese 外国の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 外国的, 异质的, 外来的…
(Definition of foreign from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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