English translation of 'exilar'
1. to exile
2. (pessoa indesejável) to deport
exilar-se reflexive verb
to go into exile
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'exilar' in Other Languages
British English: exile VERB
If someone is exiled, they are living in a foreign country because they cannot live in their own country, usually for political reasons.
His second wife had been widowed, then exiled from her home country.
Translation of exilar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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