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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexpatex‧pat /ˌeksˈpæt/ noun [countable] informal  x-refan expatriate
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expatHe first taste of competition in the Gulf was against expat teams in Dubai.I was writing a comedy with sinister undertones about the villa renters and expats of Chiantishire.Most agencies tell their single volunteers it is inadvisable to form relationships with locals or other expats.Some have gone to expats, causing a property boom and a total drought of flats for rent.
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