From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabroada‧broad /əˈbrɔːd $ əˈbrɒːd/ ●●●S2W3 adverb 🔊 🔊 1FOREIGNTRAVELin or to a foreign country 🔊 I’ve never lived abroad before. 🔊 She often goes abroad on business. 🔊 We never travelled abroad when we were kids. 🔊 A lot of goods are imported from abroad. 🔊 The books about Harry Potter have been very popular, both at home and abroad.2formal if a feeling, piece of news etc is abroad, a lot of people feel it or know about it 🔊 There were rumours abroad that she was planning to resign.GRAMMAR: Comparisonabroad• You go abroad or study abroad. Don’t use a preposition before abroad. ✗Don’t say: go to abroad | study in abroada foreign country• You go to a foreign country or study in a foreign country.