Definition of foreigner in English:

foreigner

Syllabification: for·eign·er
Pronunciation: /ˈfôrənər
 
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noun

1A person born in or coming from a country other than one’s own.
More example sentences
  • This foreigner was born in Japan, as were his parents.
  • The name of a child born to a foreigner in Bulgaria will be determined according to the parents' decision.
  • Not that I don't think it's a good idea - hell, if it had been my misfortune to be born a foreigner, I might do the same - but I wonder what put it in their heads to do it now.
1.1 informal A person not belonging to a particular place or group; a stranger or outsider.
More example sentences
  • All foreigners and outsiders, however, were suspect in everybody's eyes.
  • Targeting wealthy foreigners, houses for outsiders were much more expensive than houses for locals.
  • Their job is to assault all outsiders and foreigners in the village!
Synonyms
alien, nonnative, stranger, outsider; immigrant, landed immigrant, refugee, settler, newcomer

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