Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Exile"

The meaning of "Exile" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does exile and bile mean?
A: Exile means to banish, to expel, to outlaw, to deport.

"He was exiled from his home country"

"Do to his harsh actions we had to exile him from the group"

Bile on the other hand is is a digestive fluid stored in the gallbladder. This word can be used to describe frustration or anger as a form of slang.

"You will see how bile is stored in the gallbladder on the next page of the textbook"

"That topic of discussion is sure to stir up plenty of bile"
Q: What does self-imposed exile mean?
A: Exile is when a person is sent away from their home/family/place of origin for some reason against their will.

Self-imposed means that a person chooses to bring something (usually negative) upon them-self.

So, "self imposed exile" would be a situation where a person chooses exile as a punishment for something they did.

This is quite hard to explain in beginner english. It may be better for someone who can speak Chinese to try and help. But feel free to ask me any questions.
Q: What does exile mean?
A: To be cast away of a certain place, to be expelled in a formal way or by law.

Example sentences using "Exile"

Q: Please show me example sentences with exile.
A: They went into exile after they testified against the mob boss.
He was exiled to Siberia for his crimes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with exile.
A: Examples:
The criminal was exiled from the kingdom as punishment for his crimes.

The royal family was sent into exile after they were overthrown.
Q: Please show me example sentences with exile.
A: Even in the darkness of the exile period hopes did not die.
Q: Please show me example sentences with exile .
A: The king was exiled

Synonyms of "Exile" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between exile and asylum ?
A: "Exile" means to be banished from one's homeland/place where they are staying.
For example, if you've seen Thor, he was exiled, that is, declared that he cannot enter his homeland, i.e Asgard anymore, unless declared otherwise.

"Asylum" , here ,on the other hand, refers to when another country or place allows you the right to stay or live there.
Continuing the same example, say after he was send to Earth and the SHIELD recognised and allowed him to stay on Earth, Thor would have been given an asylum by shield.
Q: What is the difference between exile and banish ?
A:
Banished is always a result of somebody making a decree that the person has to leave or is no longer welcome in that place. You can be banished from a country or even a club, for instance.

Exiled is sometimes used in a looser sense. "He was exiled from his country" can mean he left voluntarily because he didn't like the conditions (usually political) in his country. He doesn't feel safe there. He could go back (he's not banished) but chooses not to because he's afraid of what might happen if he does.

Translations of "Exile"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? exile
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? exile
A: /ˈeksaɪl/ or /ˈegzaɪl/

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? exile
exile
A: Eks-ile.

Other questions about "Exile"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce exile .
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Q: exile is my destiny does this sound natural?
A: It's sounds pretty natural if you are talking about being kicked out of a place for your destiny

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