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British pronunciation/dɪpˈɔːt/
American pronunciation/dɪˈpɔɹt/
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to force a foreigner to leave a country, usually because they have broken the law

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to forcibly exile an inhabitant from their homeland and transport them to another location

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to conduct oneself or behave in a particular manner

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During World War II, the United States deported hundreds of immigrants back to Germany, Italy and Japan.
Border patrol agents are currently deporting a group of migrants apprehended near the southern border.
The immigration officers deport undocumented immigrants who are found living in the country illegally.
The dictator's regime routinely deported dissidents and opposition leaders to labor camps in remote areas.
The oppressive regime regularly deport dissidents to remote regions of the country as a form of punishment.
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