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- deport somebody
to force somebody to leave a country, usually because they have broken the law or because they have no legal right to be there 把（违法者或无居留权的人）驱逐出境；递解出境
Oxford Collocations Dictionaryadverb
He was convicted of drug offences and deported. 他被判犯了毒品罪被驱逐出境。 Many refugees were forcibly deported back to the countries they had come from. 许多难民被强制遣送回国。 The government refused to grant them refugee status and deported them. 政府拒绝给予他们难民身份，并将他们驱逐出境。
Word Originlate 16th cent. (referring to behaviour): from French déporter, from Latin deportare, from de- ‘away’ + portare ‘carry’.