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1exile/ˈɛgˌzajəl, ˈɛkˌsajəl/noun
pluralexiles
1exile
/ˈɛgˌzajəl, ˈɛkˌsajəl/
noun
pluralexiles
Learner's definition of EXILE  
[noncount] : a situation in which you are forced to leave your country or home and go to live in a foreign country— often used after in or into— sometimes used figuratively
   b [count] : a period of time during which someone has lived in exile
[count] : a person who has been forced to live in a foreign country: a person who is in exile
— see also tax exile
2exile/ˈɛgˌzajəl, ˈɛkˌsajəl/verb
exilesexiledexiling
2exile
/ˈɛgˌzajəl, ˈɛkˌsajəl/
verb
exilesexiledexiling
Learner's definition of EXILE  
[+ object]
: to force (someone) to go to live in a distant place or foreign country: to force (someone) into exile— usually used as (be) exiled
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