- vt.放逐，流放; 使背井离乡;
- n.流放，放逐，流亡; 长期离家[出国]; 被流放者，背井离乡者;
- 复数: exiles;
- 第三人称单数: exiles;
- 过去式: exiled;
- 过去分词: exiled;
- 现在分词: exiling;
During his exile, he also began writing books.
The revolutionaries laid down their arms and its leaders went into voluntary exile.
He is now living in exile in Egypt.
She prefers to stay in detention rather than be released and go into exile.
He returned from exile earlier this year.
He was dethroned and went into exile.
He was vilified, hounded, and forced into exile by the FBI.
The people of the country will exile the king to foreign country next month.
After an exile of eight years her uncle returned to Cairo.
Napoleon was sent into exile on an island.
Dante died in exile from Florence.
Napoleon's exile to Elba was brief.
He spent many years in exile.
Life exile in Europe might suit the prince , who would not want for money or diversions.
The capital will be captured soon, so the emperor has to go into exile.
She might have remained in exile had it not been for Julius Caesar.
Exile groups have condemned the policy as an attempt to assimilate Uighurs into Han culture.
With his second abdication and exile, the era of the Napoleonic Wars ended.
The slaves were taken into exile at three different times by King Nebuchadnezzar.
Attempting to imprison, exile or execute an important character runs the risk of a civil war.
The Tibetan government in exile declared that those organizations and supported by the Chinese authority.
He is living in exile on the small island for some political reason.
One of the three prophets after the exile.
Oppression and exile are their daily bread.
1. voluntarily absent from home or country
2. expelled from home or country by authority
3. the act of expelling a person from their native land;
"men in exile dream of hope"
"his deportation to a penal colony"
"the expatriation of wealthy farmers"
"the sentence was one of transportation for life"
1. expel from a country;
"The poet was exiled because he signed a letter protesting the government's actions"