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Topic: CITIZENSHIP

Date: 1600-1700
Language: Late Latin
Origin: , past participle of repatriare, from Latin patria 'country you were born in'

repatriate

verb
     
re‧pat‧ri‧ate [transitive]
1PGC to send someone back to their own country [↪ deport]:
After the war, prisoners were repatriated.
2BF to send profits or money you have earned back to your own country
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