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N-UNCOUNT 流放;放逐;流亡 If someone is living in exile, they are living in a foreign country because they cannot live in their own country, usually for political reasons.
He is now living in exile in Egypt...
He returned from exile earlier this year.
VERB 放逐;流放;使流亡 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, Hilary, had been widowed, then exiled from South Africa...
They threatened to exile her in southern Spain.
N-COUNT 被流放者;流亡者 An exile is someone who has been exiled.
VERB 开除;排除;使离开 If you say that someone has been exiled from a particular place or situation, you mean that they have been sent away from it or removed from it against their will.
He has been exiled from the first team and forced to play in third team matches...
Michael was exiled to the kitchen for supper.