[ US /əˈbɹɔd/ ]
[ UK /ɐbɹˈɔːd/ ]
  1. in a place across an ocean
  2. to or in a foreign country
    they had never travelled abroad
  3. far away from home or one's usual surroundings
    looking afield for new lands to conquer
  1. in a foreign country
    overseas markets
    markets abroad
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How To Use abroad In A Sentence

  • While the Irish government generates a lot of noisy, self-righteous cant about the evils of cigarettes at home, it makes a pretty packet from ‘selling death’ abroad.
  • Thousands have moved abroad in search of work but some had been happy to freeload at the family home. Times, Sunday Times
  • The devaluation of the pound will make British goods more competitive abroad.
  • Most employees get posted abroad at some stage.
  • Countless millions here and abroad will be hoping the Royal romance brings joy in dark economic times. The Sun
  • In the premise of quality assurance, product diversification, style fashion, and make our products sell well at home and abroad, and won the trust of our customers and highly praised.
  • I'm going to chuck it all in and go abroad.
  • The overall statistics include 185 progeny sired by North American stallions that were foaled abroad.
  • Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad
  • And then, they say, no spirit can walk abroad.
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