Definition of Abroad in English :

Define Abroad in English

Abroad meaning in English

Meaning of Abroad in English

Pronunciation of Abroad in English

Abroad pronunciation in English

Pronounce Abroad in English

Abroad

see synonyms of abroad

Adjective

1. abroad, overseas

in a foreign country

Example Sentences:
'markets abroad'
'overseas markets'

Adverb

1. abroad

to or in a foreign country

Example Sentences:
'they had never travelled abroad'

2. abroad, afield

far away from home or one's usual surroundings

Example Sentences:
'looking afield for new lands to conquer'

3. abroad, overseas

in a place across an ocean


1. abroad, overseas

in a foreign country

Example Sentences:
'markets abroad'
'overseas markets'


1. abroad

to or in a foreign country

Example Sentences:
'they had never travelled abroad'

2. abroad, afield

far away from home or one's usual surroundings

Example Sentences:
'looking afield for new lands to conquer'

3. abroad, overseas

in a place across an ocean

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Abroad

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adverb
1. 
to or in a foreign country or countries
adjective (postpositive)
2. 
(of news, rumours, etc) in general circulation; current
3. 
out in the open
4. 
over a wide area
5. archaic
in error

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Abroad

see synonyms of abroad
adverb
1. 
broadly; far and wide
2. 
in circulation; current
a report is abroad that he has won
3. 
outside one's house; outdoors
to stroll abroad
4. 
a. 
outside one's own country; to or in foreign countries
b.  US
to or in Europe
5. 
wide of the mark; in error

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Abroad

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adv. & adj.
1. Out of one's own country.
2. In a foreign country or countries.
3. Away from one's home.
4. In circulation; at large.
5. Covering a large area; widely: "An epidemic is abroad in America" (Richard M. Smith).
6. Archaic Not on target; in error.
n.
A foreign country or countries in which to live or travel: "Do you like abroad or hate it?" (John le Carré).

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