Definition of "deport"
  1. The act of expelling a foreigner from a country by an official order
How to use "deport" in a sentence
  1. The government has the power to deport individuals who have overstayed their visa.
  2. If convicted of a serious crime, a non-citizen may face the risk of being deported.
  3. After violating immigration regulations, she was deported from the country and barred from re-entry for five years.

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