Variant of expatriate
- to drive (a person) from his or her native land; exile
- to withdraw (oneself) from one's native land or from allegiance to it
Origin: ; from past participle of Midieval Latin expatriare, to leave the homeland ; from Classical Latin ex, out of plush patria, fatherland ; from pater, father
- expatriation noun
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