Imperfect subjunctiveellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofdeportar.


No iba a denunciarle y que le deportasen de vuelta a los barrios bajos.
I wasn't going to turn him in to be deported back to his slum.
Me han dicho que habían sido deportados de Rusia, que habían sobornado a un policía para que les deportasen a Francia.
They told me they had been deported from Russia, had paid a bribe to a policeman to be deported to France.
Si hicieras eso en Jordania, al no tener un permiso de trabajo te arriesgarías a que, si te pillaran trabajando de forma ilegal, te deportasen a Siria.
If you do that in Jordan, in the absence of an elusive work permit, and are caught working illegally you risk being deported to Syria.
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