Complete Definition of "exile"

English

Etymology
Middle English exil, from Old French essil, exil, from Latin exsilium, exilium "state of exile", derived from exsul, exul "exiled person".

Pronunciation
US: IPA|/ËÉÉ¡Ëzaɪl/, /ËÉkËsaɪl/, SAMPA|/"Eg%zaIl/, /"Ek%saIl/
*Hyphenation: ex·ile

Noun
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exile (plural: exiles)

  1. The state of being banished from one's home or country.

#:he lived in exile.
#:they chose exile rather than assimilation.

  1. Someone who is banished from one's home or country.

#:he lived as an exile.

Synonyms
expatriate, expat (2)

Translations
trans-top|The state of being banished from one's home or country
Finnish: maanpako
German: Exil n
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trans-top|Someone who is banished from one's home or country
Finnish: maanpakolainen
German: Exilant m
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ttbc|Greek: εξοÏία (eksoria) f
ttbc|Hungarian: száműzött
ttbc|Icelandic: útlagi
ttbc|Japanese: 追æ¾äºº
ttbc|Spanish: exilio

Verb
en-verb|exil|ing

  1. To send into exile.

Translations

Finnish: karkoittaa (1), ajaa maanpakoon (1)
Greek: εξοÏÎ¯Î¶Ï (eksorizo)
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Synonyms
Verb
banish
Noun
banishment

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