Alien ( noun , adjective , verb )

(As a noun)

Alien ( noun )

  1. A person from a foreign country.
  2. Someone who is not a citizen of the country they are currently in.
  3. A being from another planet or dimension.

Origin:

From old french alien, from latin alienus, from alius ("another").

Examples:

  1. The aliens in the movie were from another planet.
  2. He was an alien who had come to the United States.
  3. The court ruled that the alien was entitled to asylum.
  4. The alien spacecraft landed in the desert.
  5. The alien invasion was the premise of the novel.

(As an adjective)

Alien ( adjective )

  1. A person from a foreign country.
  2. Someone who is not a citizen of the country they are currently in.
  3. A being from another planet or dimension.

Origin:

From old french alien, from latin alienus, from alius ("another").

Examples:

  1. The aliens in the movie were from another planet.
  2. He was an alien who had come to the United States.
  3. The court ruled that the alien was entitled to asylum.
  4. The alien spacecraft landed in the desert.
  5. The alien invasion was the premise of the novel.

(As a verb)

Alien ( verb )

  1. A person from a foreign country.
  2. Someone who is not a citizen of the country they are currently in.
  3. A being from another planet or dimension.

Origin:

From old french alien, from latin alienus, from alius ("another").

Examples:

  1. The aliens in the movie were from another planet.
  2. He was an alien who had come to the United States.
  3. The court ruled that the alien was entitled to asylum.
  4. The alien spacecraft landed in the desert.
  5. The alien invasion was the premise of the novel.
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