abroadadverb [ after verb ]uk /əˈbrɔːd/ us /əˈbrɑːd/
abroad adverb [ after verb ] (OTHER COUNTRY)
We always go abroad in the summer.
- After her divorce she went to live abroad.
- He wanted the best for his children - good schools, a nice house and trips abroad.
- We have two grown-up children, both of whom live abroad.
- They decided to move abroad and make a fresh start.
- Some very well-known British football players have gone to clubs abroad.
abroad adverb [ after verb ] (OUTSIDE)
abroad adverb [ after verb ] (GOING AROUND)
Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
- as every schoolboy/schoolchild knows idiom
- at/in the back of your mind idiom
- be ahead of the game idiom
- general knowledge
- have a nodding acquaintance with sb/sth idiom