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  • The policy on foreign aid is an independent area of German foreign policy.
  • French is also the most popular foreign language studied in UK schools.
  • A sign of success was that foreign students now began to come to Italy.
  • Most offices in foreign countries are expected to be closed as well.
  • It seems even to have one advantage over any other equally round-about foreign trade. Cited from Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith
  • He was the god of battle and victory, especially when the conflict involved a foreign power.
  • English is the most widely spoken foreign language and is taught in all secondary schools.
  • In other cases, the ability to hold or use the foreign exchange may be otherwise limited.
  • Eventually superior foreign species were selected and incorporated into the family's garden.
  • Many of the stories have them travel to foreign countries, though others are set in and around their village.
  • He is also the first king of a foreign country to be born in the United States.
  • Large-scale foreign aid during and after the war brought American standards to Europe.
  • This statement means that the new design was intended for foreign markets as well.
  • Foreign guests can also be invited to sing or say works from their land.
  • Most educated persons speak English, the most important foreign language to learn.
  • The new capital had a sea port and was good for foreign trade and diplomatic activities.
  • American foreign policy is characterized by the protection of its national interests.
  • Eventually foreign species were also selected and incorporated into the gardens.
  • None were ever officially recognized by a foreign government.
  • Canada subsequently took responsibility for its own foreign and military affairs in the 1920s.
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Meaning of foreign

  • adjective Of concern to or concerning the affairs of other nations (other than your own)
    foreign trade, a foreign office
  • adjective Relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world
    foreign nations, a foreign accent, on business in a foreign city