Definition of deportee in English:

deportee

Syllabification: de·por·tee
Pronunciation: /ˌdēpôrˈtē
 
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noun

A person who has been or is being expelled from a country.
More example sentences
  • Like the early deportees these 21st-century settlers have to endure hardship and adversity before they emerge into the promised land of white sandy beaches stretching into the sunset.
  • What seems to have been forgotten behind all the ranting is that legal deportees require support and deportation orders can be wrongly served.
  • Politically persecuted deportees are often arrested at the airport as they leave the plane to be subjected to renewed torture, or they simply ‘disappear’ without a trace.

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