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diasporanoun [U]

uk   /daɪˈæs.pər.ə/  us   /daɪˈæs.pɚ.ə/ formal
the spreading of people from one original country to other countries
(Definition of diaspora from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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diasporanoun [C/U]

(also Diaspora)  /dɑɪˈæs·pər·ə/
politics & government the scattering of people from their original country to other places
world history, politics & government Diaspora is the forced movement of Jews from Israel.
world history, politics & government The Diaspora is also the Jews who live outside of Israel.
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