repatriates, 3rd person singular present; repatriated, past participle; repatriated, past tense; repatriating, present participle;
Send (someone) back to their own country
the United Nations hopes to repatriate all the refugees
Send or bring (something, esp. money) back to one's own country
foreign firms would be permitted to repatriate all profits
A person who has been repatriated
a person who has returned to the country of origin or whose citizenship has been restored
send someone back to his homeland against his will, as of refugees
admit back into the country
(repatriation) the act of returning to the country of origin
(Repatriated) [defined by Ishmael as] the term used to describe the process of reuniting ex-child soldiers with their former communities (page 171)
(Repatriates) Jews who are preparing to make aliyah or have made aliyah.
(repatriation) bringing an injured or ill worker back to his or her home country from abroad
(Repatriation) To return something, especially money or profit, to the country of its owner or its origin.
(repatriation) The return of the expatriates to their home country on the completion of an overseas assignment.
(Repatriation (v)) 1. Refers to a standard benefit in a medical evacuation & assistance plan where, in the event of death, mortal remains will be returned by the assistance company to the insured's home country. 2. ...
(Repatriation) In case the insured member has passed away the Mortal Remains will be sent back to his/her country of origin
(Repatriation) In the event of a covered injury or illness resulting in your death, this benefit provides the following benefit: air and/or ground transportation of bodily remains or ashes to the area of your residence, and usually includes reasonable costs of preparation of your remains ...
(Repatriation) Returning Home as a result of accidental injury or illness. This would usually be agreed in advance and arranged by the Medical Assistance Company who are appointed by the travel insurance company and operate on a 24-hours a day/365 days a year basis.
(Repatriation) Returning people to their country of birth, origin or citizenship. During WWII, thousands of Japanese, Germans and Italians were repatriated with their American-born or Latin American-born children and exchanged for U.S. and Latin American citizens held in Japan and Germany.
(Repatriation) The Assistance Company agrees to make the necessary arrangements for the return of Your remains to India in the event You die while this service agreement is in effect as to You.
(Repatriation) The process of readjustment associated with returning to one´s native culture after spending time away from it. [GB]
(Repatriation) The return from abroad of the financial assets of an organization or individual.
(Repatriation) The transportation of an ill or injured person to their country of residence or nationality for appropriate treatment, in the event that they can't receive adequate treatment where the incident occurred.
(Repatriation) to return, or be returned, home, to one?s native land
(Repatriation) “The personal right of a refugee or a prisoner of war to return to his/her country of nationality under specific conditions laid down in various international instruments (Geneva Conventions, 1949 and Protocols, 1977, the Regulations Respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land, ...
(repatriation) The act of remitting cash flows from a foreign affiliate to the parent firm.
(repatriation) To send back to one's own country or to a place of citizenship. Order-in-Council PC 7355 authorized the Government of Canada to provide for the “deportation” and “repatriation” of persons of Japanese ancestry. ...
Conversion of foreign currency back to an investor's base currency. Balances on foreign currency accounts held abroad might be transferred back to the investor's home country with or without restriction depending on the laws of the particular country.
To send an animalAny living thing that is not a plant. Most animals can move about freely. All use plants or other animals as food. All have sensory organs. back into the same wild area its ancestors came from.
send back to where you came from, your native land.