Examples of expat in a Sentence
a network of expats in London keeps her from missing the family she left behind
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Most airline managers, after all, are globe-trotting expats in the mould of Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates.
Many apartments are inhabited by descendants of the original tenants; many others now house expats who enjoy its proximity to bars and restaurants.
In the case of Jim & Dad's, the idea for a destination brewery was one that had been fermenting for some time—when Sung was an expat himself.
In Algiers, Leary and his wife, Rosemary, linked up with another outlaw expat.
For this bakery in an unassuming strip mall, a French expat couple import flour from Beauce, France.
In a poll by YouGov for HSBC’s expat-banking division, two-thirds of British pensioners in Spain cited the lower cost of living as a reason for their move, compared with only a fifth of those in France, who were keener on the culture and lifestyle.
Few employers, though, address what happens when that expat is ready to return—a fact that partly explains why one-quarter of returning executives jump ship within two years, recruiters and researchers estimate.
The man is famous for his bagels, and these are probably the only bialys for miles, but Parisians and expats alike come for the smoothies and gluten-free pancakes.
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