abroad

All Adverb
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  • Those who did were children of upper-class families sent abroad to attend school.
  • He chose to leave school in order to find a chance to go abroad.
  • This is becoming more important as students travel abroad for education for a period of several years.
  • Chinese citizens returning from abroad are allowed to have a second child.
  • It was common for models to travel abroad and work throughout Europe.
  • Men from abroad will come And be your sons by marriage.
  • The students were returning from a study-abroad program in Europe.
  • Although there may not be as many job opportunities abroad directly presented, the opportunity still remains.
  • All of his children had studied abroad and two of his children married in the United States.
  • The organization has a great following abroad, especially in the United States and Europe.
  • Cape Town has also become a popular study abroad destination for many international college students.
  • In addition, French movie stars began to claim fame abroad as well as at home.
  • Some of them were even well known abroad.
  • Nevertheless, he developed a significant following in the United States and abroad.
  • His efforts were recognized both at home and abroad.
  • In order to study abroad, she needed written permission from her father (or husband).
  • He tried to escape abroad but was hunted down and killed by the new government.
  • He went to France on his first trip abroad as Soviet leader in October.
  • As a result, a large and growing number of students are pursuing higher education abroad.
  • Both programs were subject to much controversy within China and abroad.
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Words starting with abroad

Meaning of abroad

  • adverb To or in a foreign country
    they had never travelled abroad