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Date: 1700-1800
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: , past participle of expatriare, from Latin patria 'your own country'

expatriate

noun
     
ex‧pat‧ri‧ate [countable]
SA someone who lives in a foreign country:
British expatriates living in Spain
expatriate adjective [only before noun]
expatriate workers

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