dychweledig, ddychweledig, nychweledig
Noun(1) a person who has returned to the country of origin or whose citizenship has been restored
Verb(1) send someone back to his homeland against his will, as of refugees(2) admit back into the country
(1) It wants to repatriate all non-European foreigners.(2) Restrictions could make it difficult to repatriate profits, dividends, or capital.(3) Secondly, foreigners might refuse to roll over loans to a country and repatriate the repaid funds.(4) This type of risk is arising from a decision of a foreign government to restrict capital movements, which would make it difficult to repatriate profits, dividends or capital.(5) the United Nations hopes to repatriate all the refugees(6) the majority came to America as migrant workers who intended to repatriate to Hungary(7) Companies would pay tax on those revenues in the year they are earned, rather than when they repatriate the money back to the U.S. In return, they would get a tax-rate reduction.(8) The outcomes are such that people repatriate with their family when they've formerly been at odds with them.(9) He did not see active service during the war, but drove ambulances for the American Field Service and at war's end worked in Calcutta to repatriate prisoners of war.(10) Foreign ships relayed the news and some called in at Japanese ports to deliver relief supplies and repatriate foreigners who wished to leave.(11) According to the peace accord, Zimbabwe must repatriate its troops.(12) Although most Ethiopians maintain positive sentiments toward their former country, very few opt to repatriate .(13) Erskine, the Quaker, offered to serve as a stretcher-bearer, but the British Embassy refused to repatriate people not prepared to join the armed forces.(14) Direct foreign investment flows into India were further liberalised in 1996 and firms have been permitted to repatriate any profits earned back overseas.(15) These amnesties are allowing German, Italian and Portuguese taxpayers to repatriate their money back to their home countries, with a modest levy, and an amnesty for past non-compliance with domestic tax laws.(16) If the U.S. pushes too hard, Japan can threaten to repatriate the assets, leaving the U.S. economy in dire straits.
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