Possible Results:
deportase
-I deported
Imperfect subjunctiveyoconjugation ofdeportar.
Imperfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation ofdeportar.
deporta
Affirmative imperativeconjugation ofdeportar.

deportar

El Comité lamenta que, pese a la conclusión del Comité, el Estado Parte deportase al autor al Irán.
The Committee regrets that, despite the Committee's finding, the State party deported the author to Iran.
Después de pasar 14 meses en la cárcel en Kuwait por indocumentada, ya que sus empleadores le habían quitado el pasaporte, pudo conseguir que se le deportase a Nepal con la ayuda de la Embajada nepalí.
After serving 14 months in jail for being undocumented in Kuwait, because her original employers had kept her passport, she managed to get deported back to Nepal with the help of the Nepali Embassy.
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