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Translation of "exile" - English-Turkish dictionary

exile

noun     /ˈeksaɪl, ˈeɡzaɪl/
SITUATION [U]
when someone has to leave their home and live in another country, often for political reasons sürülme, sürgün He spent the war years in exile in New York. The King was forced into exile.Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leave
PERSON [C]
someone who is forced to live in another country sürülmüş/sürgün kimse She lived the rest of her life as an exile in the UK.Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leaveRunaways and refugees
exile verb [T]
to force someone to leave their home and live in another country, often for political reasons sürmek, sürgüne göndermek Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leave
exiled adjective
sürgüne yollanmış
(Definition of exile from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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