deportaba
-I was deporting
The word deportaba is the imperfect form of deportar in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
See the full deportar conjugation

deportar

En algunos Estados se deportaba indiscriminadamente a todas las personas que hubieran ingresado ilegalmente, cualquiera que fuese el tipo de persecución que temían.
In some States, all illegal entrants were indiscriminately subject to deportation, regardless of feared persecution.
Los trabajadores trabajaban en Polonia o se les deportaba al Reich. Por ejemplo, después de la campaña de septiembre de 1939, cerca de 400.000 soldados presos dejaron de ser considerados prisioneros de guerra para ser tratados como trabajadores civiles.
Forced labor was instituted both locally, as well as through the forced transportation of labors to Germany. For instance, the 400,000 Prisoners of War captured after the September 1939 Campaign had their status changed from POW to civilian laborers.
Se deportaba a sus familias. Por lo general, se confiscaban los bienes de la familia.
Their families were deported; the family fortune was generally confiscated.
La Corona deportaba a muchos condenados al Nuevo Mundo en el siglo XVI.
The Crown transported many convicts to the New World in the 16th century.
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