Abroad ( adverb , preposition )

(As an adverb)

Abroad ( adverb )

  1. In or to a foreign country.
  2. Outside of one's own country.
  3. In or to a foreign land.

Origin:

From a- + broad, meaning "to or on the broad (open) sea", or "in foreign countries".

Examples:

  1. He is going abroad for the summer.
  2. She studied abroad in France.
  3. Many students go abroad for their education.
  4. The company does business abroad.
  5. The band is popular abroad as well as in their home country.

(As a preposition)

Abroad ( preposition )

  1. In or to a foreign country.
  2. Outside of one's own country.
  3. In or to a foreign land.

Origin:

From a- + broad, meaning "to or on the broad (open) sea", or "in foreign countries".

Examples:

  1. He is going abroad for the summer.
  2. She studied abroad in France.
  3. Many students go abroad for their education.
  4. The company does business abroad.
  5. The band is popular abroad as well as in their home country.
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