Definition of 'exit visa'
Example sentences containing 'exit visa'
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On 20th January 1944 Olivier Mesnel was issued with an exit visa to travel to Spain. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)So they give him an exit visa to Sweden, and off he goes and never comes back. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2002)
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Used Rarely. exit visa is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'exit visa'
British English: exit visa NOUN
An exit visa is an official stamp in someone's passport, or an official document, which allows them to leave the country that they are visiting or living in.
- American English: exit visa
- Brazilian Portuguese: visto de saída
- Chinese: 出境签证
- European Spanish: visado de salida
- French: visa de sortie
- German: Ausreisevisum
- Italian: visto d'uscita
- Japanese: 出国査証
- Korean: 출국 사증
- European Portuguese: visto de saída
- Spanish: visa de salida
Definition of exit visa from the Collins English Dictionary
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