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nm. banishment, exile
v. banish, exile, expatriate

A Spanish-English Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 14.4

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(n.) = banishment ; exile ; excommunication.
Ex: Prisons were invented to substitute for the whip, stocks, banishment, & fines.
Ex: Slake's Limbo belongs to a large category of fiction that deals in exile, whether enforced or self-sought.
Ex: Excommunication is the most severe punishment that a church disciplinary council can hand down against a member.
* morir en el destierro = die in + exile.

(v.) = banish ; exile ; excommunicate.
Ex: Many types and colours of shelving are now available, and forbidding dark wooden bookcases have been banished from most libraries.
Ex: He was unjustly court-martialed in 1894 for high treason and exiled to a penal colony on the coast of South America.
Ex: Another early hero of Surrealism, Salvador Dali, had been excommunicated for a rankling crime: success.

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