- v.将…驱逐出境( deport的过去式和过去分词 ); 举止;
The federal authorities deported him for illegal entry.
He was deported on a court order following a conviction for armed robbery.
More than 240 England football fans are being deported from Italy following riots last night.
Many refugees were forcibly deported back to the countries they had come from.
All the men were being deported even though the real culprits in the fight have not been identified.
Millions of them starved or were arrested and deported.
He was convicted of drug offences and deported.
They deported the convicts to Australia.
Aliens deemed undesirable may be deported.
Tammy: That sounds like a good way to get yourself deported.
First he was accused, thendetained, then deported. Any of this sound familiar?
An alien who's been deported may not re - enter for five years.
He was later deported to the UK and jailed for terrorism offences.
The criminals were deported to the desert region.
Ivy: Actually, he has been deported.
艾薇: 事实上, 他已经被驱逐出境了.