repatriar

repatriar
transitive verb
1. (to send back to the country of origin) 
El gobierno francés aceptó repatriar los restos del famoso compositor.The French government agreed to repatriate the remains of the famous composer.
b. to deport 
Los guardacostas repatriaron a los dos polizones que se habían escondido en el barco.The Coast Guard deported the two stowaways that were hiding in the ship.
repatriarse
pronominal verb
2. (to return to one's country of origin) 
El profesor se repatrió luego de haber vivido más de 20 años en el extranjero.The professor returned home after working abroad for over 20 years.
b. no direct translation 
Muchos científicos que trabajaban en Europa se repatriaron.Many scientists working in Europe went back to their countries of origin.
Marco decidió repatriarse después de graduarse.Marco decided to go back to his own country after graduating.
repatriar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to repatriate 
pronominal verb
2. (general) 
a. to return home 
repatriar
transitive verb
to repatriate; [+criminal] to deport
van a repatriar el famoso monumento they are going to send the famous monument back to its country of origin
pronominal verb
repatriarse to return home; go back to one's own country
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