Legal Dictionary

deport

Definition of deport

Etymology

    From Latin deportō, from de- + portō.

Verb

to deport (third-person singular simple present deports, present participle deporting, simple past and past participle deported)

  1. (reflexive, now rare )To comport (oneself); to behave.
  2. (transitive) To evict, especially from a country.

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