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  • His family has been asked if they want his remains repatriated from Russia.
  • People forced to repatriate in this way will frequently move on again.
  • Most of these have been repatriated since the end of that war.
  • Mainly women and children receive assistance and in certain cases are even repatriated to their home countries.
  • They live and work there for three years, until the war ends and they are repatriated.
  • He was wounded in action and repatriated a year after being wounded in both legs.
  • The US currently has no plans to repatriate the remains to the US.
  • At least one of these has been repatriated and is now preserved.
  • It was the first time remains from two separate wars were repatriated at the same time.
  • He was held captive for three months before being repatriated due to his injury.
  • Initially he wished to remain but he eventually asked to be repatriated to Spain.
  • The German government's offer to repatriate people back to their home country was not very successful.
  • This population, in general, may have to be repatriated, often losing considerable property.
  • It has not yet been located in order to be repatriated.
  • He was later repatriated to England, where he died shortly afterwards.
  • His body was the last to be officially repatriated during World War I.
  • His reasons are that perhaps they will finally be repatriated and that a failed attempt could result in all of them being killed.
  • At least ten other men in his release group were not repatriated through the formal review procedure.
  • Many have been preserved, including several which have been repatriated to England.
  • He was soon repatriated to the United States and sent to prison.
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How repatriate gets used

Words starting with repatriate

Meaning of repatriate

  • noun A person who has returned to the country of origin or whose citizenship has been restored
  • verb Send someone back to his homeland against his will, as of refugees
  • verb Admit back into the country