- vt. 将…驱逐出境 legally force (a foreigner, criminal, etc.) to leave a country
behave in a certain manner;
"She carried herself well"
"he bore himself with dignity"
"They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
hand over to the authorities of another country;
"They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there"
expel from a country;
"The poet was exiled because he signed a letter protesting the government's actions"
- Even if they didn't put her in jail, they would deport her.
- We deport aliens who slip across our borders.
- It’s important to teach a child how to deport himself in public.
- The federal authorities deported him for illegal entry.
- He was deported for traffic in narcotics.
- deport from (v.+prep.)
从…驱除出 force to leave from some place
deport sb from sth
They have deported some dissidents from the party.
- deport to (v.+prep.)
放逐到 force to leave to somewhere
deport sb to sth
The convicts were deported to a deserted island.
Undesirable immigrant. Promptly deported.出自： A. Brink