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de·port

 (dĭ-pôrt′)
tr.v. de·port·ed, de·port·ing, de·ports
1. To expel from a country: deported the foreigner who had entered the country illegally.
2. To behave or conduct (oneself) in a given manner; comport.

[French déporter, to banish, from Latin dēportāre, to carry away : dē-, de- + portāre, to carry; see per- in Indo-European roots. Sense 2, Middle English, from Old French deporter, to behave, from Latin dēportāre.]

deport

(dɪˈpɔːt)
vb (tr)
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to remove (an alien) forcibly from a country; expel
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to carry (an inhabitant) forcibly away from his or her homeland; transport; exile; banish
3. to conduct, hold, or behave (oneself) in a specified manner
[C15: from French déporter, from Latin dēportāre to carry away, banish, from de- + portāre to carry]
deˈportable adj

de•port

(dɪˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt)

v.t.
1. to expel (an alien, etc.) from a country; banish.
2. to conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner.
[1475–85; < Middle French déporter < Latin dēportāre to convey; see port5]
de•port′a•ble, adj.
de•por•tee (ˌdi pɔrˈti, -poʊr-) n.
de•port′er, n.

deport

- The earliest sense of deport was "bear with; refrain."
See also related terms for refrain.

deport


Past participle: deported
Gerund: deporting

Imperative
deport
deport
Present
I deport
you deport
he/she/it deports
we deport
you deport
they deport
Preterite
I deported
you deported
he/she/it deported
we deported
you deported
they deported
Present Continuous
I am deporting
you are deporting
he/she/it is deporting
we are deporting
you are deporting
they are deporting
Present Perfect
I have deported
you have deported
he/she/it has deported
we have deported
you have deported
they have deported
Past Continuous
I was deporting
you were deporting
he/she/it was deporting
we were deporting
you were deporting
they were deporting
Past Perfect
I had deported
you had deported
he/she/it had deported
we had deported
you had deported
they had deported
Future
I will deport
you will deport
he/she/it will deport
we will deport
you will deport
they will deport
Future Perfect
I will have deported
you will have deported
he/she/it will have deported
we will have deported
you will have deported
they will have deported
Future Continuous
I will be deporting
you will be deporting
he/she/it will be deporting
we will be deporting
you will be deporting
they will be deporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deporting
you have been deporting
he/she/it has been deporting
we have been deporting
you have been deporting
they have been deporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deporting
you will have been deporting
he/she/it will have been deporting
we will have been deporting
you will have been deporting
they will have been deporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deporting
you had been deporting
he/she/it had been deporting
we had been deporting
you had been deporting
they had been deporting
Conditional
I would deport
you would deport
he/she/it would deport
we would deport
you would deport
they would deport
Past Conditional
I would have deported
you would have deported
he/she/it would have deported
we would have deported
you would have deported
they would have deported
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.deport - behave in a certain mannerdeport - behave in a certain manner; "She carried herself well"; "he bore himself with dignity"; "They conducted themselves well during these difficult times"
carry, bear, hold - support or hold in a certain manner; "She holds her head high"; "He carried himself upright"
fluster - be flustered; behave in a confused manner
act, move - perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"
put forward, assert - insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized; "Women should assert themselves more!"
deal - behave in a certain way towards others; "He deals fairly with his employees"
walk around - behave in a certain manner or have certain properties; "He walks around with his nose in the air"; "She walks around with this strange boyfriend"
posture, pose - behave affectedly or unnaturally in order to impress others; "Don't pay any attention to him--he is always posing to impress his peers!"; "She postured and made a total fool of herself"
2.deport - hand over to the authorities of another country; "They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there"
expel, kick out, throw out - force to leave or move out; "He was expelled from his native country"
repatriate - send someone back to his homeland against his will, as of refugees
3.deport - expel from a country; "The poet was exiled because he signed a letter protesting the government's actions"
expel, kick out, throw out - force to leave or move out; "He was expelled from his native country"

deport

verb expel, exile, throw out, oust, banish, expatriate, extradite, evict, send packing, show you the door a government decision to deport all illegal immigrants
deport yourself behave, act, conduct yourself, hold yourself, carry yourself, acquit yourself, bear yourself, comport yourself Try to deport yourselves like civilized human beings.

deport

verb
1. To force to leave a country or place by official decree:
2. To conduct oneself in a specified way:
Translations
يَطْرُدُيَنْفي، يُبْعِد
deportovatvykázat
deportereudvise
karkottaa maasta
deportirati
deportál
vísa úr landi
国外退去させる
국외로 추방하다
trėmimas
deportēt, izsūtīt
deportovať
avvisa
เนรเทศออกจากประเทศ
trục xuất

deport

[dɪˈpɔːt] VT
1. (= expel) → deportar
2. (= behave) to deport o.s (o.f.) → comportarse

deport

[dɪˈpɔːrt] vt [+ criminal] → déporter, expulser; [+ illegal immigrant] → expulser
to deport sb from [+ criminal] → expulser qn de; [+ illegal immigrant] → reconduire qn à la frontière de

deport

vt prisonerdeportieren; foreign nationalabschieben
vr (= behave)sich benehmen or verhalten

deport

[dɪˈpɔːt] vtdeportare

deport

(diˈpoːt) verb
(of a government etc) to send (a person) out of the country eg because he has committed a crime or because he is not officially supposed to be there. He is being deported on a charge of murder.
ˌdeporˈtation (diːpoː-) noun

deport

يَطْرُدُ deportovat deportere abschieben απελαύνω deportar karkottaa maasta déporter deportirati deportare 国外退去させる 국외로 추방하다 deporteren forvise deportować deportar высылать avvisa เนรเทศออกจากประเทศ sınır dışı etmek trục xuất 驱逐出境
References in classic literature ?
Thus saying, from her Husbands hand her hand Soft she withdrew, and like a Wood-Nymph light OREAD or DRYAD, or of DELIA's Traine, Betook her to the Groves, but DELIA's self In gate surpass'd and Goddess-like deport, Though not as shee with Bow and Quiver armd, But with such Gardning Tools as Are yet rude, Guiltless of fire had formd, or Angels brought, To PALES, or POMONA, thus adornd, Likest she seemd, POMONA when she fled VERTUMNUS, or to CERES in her Prime, Yet Virgin of PROSERPINA from JOVE.
Well, you have said enough,'' answered the Templar; ``I will for a night put on the needful restraint, and deport me as meekly as a maiden; but as for the fear of his expelling us by violence, myself and squires, with Hamet and Abdalla, will warrant you against that disgrace.
He had married a meek little dancing-mistress, with a tolerable connexion (having never in his life before done anything but deport himself), and had worked her to death, or had, at the best, suffered her to work herself to death, to maintain him in those expenses which were indispensable to his position.
I believe it is the duty of the Negro--as the greater part of the race is already doing--to deport himself modestly in regard to political claims, depending upon the slow but sure influences that proceed from the possession of property, intelligence, and high character for the full recognition of his political rights.
I suppose you've received information, by bush-telegraph, that that third assistant understrapper and ex-sailorman at Tulagi is going to deport me as an undesirable immigrant.
Giles's habit to admit to too great familiarity the humbler servants: towards whom it was rather his wont to deport himself with a lofty affability, which, while it gratified, could not fail to remind them of his superior position in society.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Saturday expressed dissatisfaction over the procedure adopted by some countries to deport Pakistanis as it was tantamount to insulting humanity.
ISLAMABAD -- Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday said that the procedure being followed to deport Pakistanis is tantamount to degrading humanity and an insult for Pakistani nationals.
Last week, Mahmood Al Tabbakh, the head of the General Directorate for Criminal Investigation, told local daily Al Rai that the interior ministry had decided to deport any foreigner who harassed women.
We have a hard time trying to deport known terrorists
Saudi Arabia has deported 412,963 illegals during the past six months, the Interior Ministry said, adding that it was now completing procedures to deport more than 128,000 expats who are in shelter centers.
Singapore: Activists Wednesday urged Singapore to ensure due process and address migrant worker grievances after the government said it would deport 53 South Asian labourers for their alleged involvement in a rare riot.