N: 1. 1590s, from Middle French déportation, from Latin deporationem (nominative deportatio), noun of action from past participle stem of deportare.
2. The lawful removal from a country of a prohibited or criminal non-citizen.
3. Deportation is a procedure under (national) law that is distinct from expulsion in that it refers to aliens who have entered a state in violation of its immigration law, whereas expulsion affects all and primarily legally settled aliens.
- Adj: mass the mass deportation of refugees; forced.
- Verb + deportation: be threatened with, face; recommend sb for The Home Secretary has recommended the two drug dealers for deportation.
- deportation + noun: order The government issued a deportation order against the four men.
- Phrases: the threat of deportation.
5. Cultural Interrelation: We can mention the novel The Deportation of Wopper Barraza written by Maceo Montoya in 2014.
S: 1. OED – http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=deportation (last access: 17 February 2017). 2 & 3. TERMIUM PLUS – http://goo.gl/yhI7rw (last access: 17 February 2017). 4. ODC – http://oxforddictionary.so8848.com/search1?word=deportation (last access: 4 March 2017). 5. Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/Deportation-Wopper-Barraza-Novel/dp/082635436X (last access: 4 March 2017).