What is expatriation

Expatriation (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Citizenship | expatriation, Plural: Assurances | vouchers
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAʊ̯sˌbʏʁɡəʁʊŋ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Withdrawal of citizenship
Origin of the term:
1) Derivation of the verb expatriate with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ung
1) expatriation, expatriation
Related terms:
1) Deportation, deportation, eviction
Opposite words:
1) Naturalization, naturalization, nationalization
Subordinate terms:
1) Forced citizenship
Application examples:
1) “The expatriation should of course not look like party arbitrariness, but as if the people of the GDR no longer wanted to tolerate these polluters. "
1) “It was the performance that led to his expatriation from the GDR. "
Nominative: singular expatriation; Plural Expatriations
Genitive: singular expatriation; Plural Expatriations
Dative: singular expatriation; Plural Expatriations
Accusative: singular expatriation; Plural Expatriations


  • Swedish: 1) expatriering
  • Spanish: 1) expatriación

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The federal government should focus on a plan for expatriation agreed by jihadists.
Frankfurter Rundschau online, March 03, 2019

How should Germany deal with possible German IS returnees from Syria? Can Berlin refuse to allow them to return home? And is one expatriation of these nationals even an option?
Deutsche Welle, February 22, 2019

The opinions of SPÖ colleagues Pamela Rendi-Wagner and Hans-Peter Doskozil go into things expatriation of IS fighters once more apart.
Today.at, March 12, 2019

Deutschlandradio has presented a bill from the grand coalition, the one expatriation of IS fighters with dual citizenship.
Deutschlandradio, March 1st, 2019

This is a criminal offense under Austrian law, so the expatriation threatens if he does not quickly prove that he does not have a Turkish passport. However, it is by no means easy to provide evidence.
Focus Online, November 23, 2018

40 years after his expatriation The writer Milan Kundera regained his Czech citizenship from the CSSR.
dradio.de, December 03, 2019

Milan Kundera became world famous with 'The unbearable lightness of being'. He had the novel after his expatriation written in French exile. Now he has received Czech citizenship.
Spiegel Online, December 3, 2019

The photographer Nadja Klier about life in the GDR, about the expatriation as a 15-year-old together with her mother Freya and about the book that she was only able to write decades later.
Frankfurter Rundschau, January 9th, 2020

Prague / Paris - Paris-based writer Milan Kundera has 40 years after his expatriation regained Czech citizenship through the CSSR.
t-online, December 03, 2019

The European Court of Justice - as early as March - decreed that in the event of a threat expatriation a proportionality test must be carried out if this also threatens the loss of Union citizenship.
Vienna.at, November 15, 2019

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Withdrawal of citizenship
  • Withdrawal of citizenship
  • Expatriation
  • Expatriation
  • Loss of Citizenship
  • Forced expatriation

Another word (synonym) for expatriation - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "expatriation":

Nest polluters: "The expatriation should of course not look like party arbitrariness, but as if the people of the GDR no longer wanted to tolerate these nests."

Expatriations:… IPA: [ˈaʊ̯sˌbʏʁɡəʀʊŋən] Grammatical features: nominative plural of the noun expatriation genitive plural of the noun expatriation dative plural of ...

nationalization: ... naturalization, naturalization Opposite words: 1) denationalization, privatization 2) expatriation, denationalization, denaturalization Typical word combinations: 1) ...

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