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

The meaning of "Refugee" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does refugees mean?
A: Refugees are people who have to leave their homes/country to go to another place because their lives may be in danger if they stay (e.g because of war or violence in their home country)
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Q: What does refugee intake mean?
A: It means the number of people entering a country as refugees.
For example:

"The refugee intake in the UK was 2,000"
"2,000 people were allowed to stay in the UK as refugees."

These 2 sentences mean the same thing.

Intake can be used for many things. For example:
"My sugar intake is high"
"The student intake this year was higher than the intake in 2005"

Example sentences using "Refugee"

Q: Please show me example sentences with refugee.
A: The transfer student was a refugee.

The refugee was running away from home due to the war.

Synonyms of "Refugee" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between refugee and exile ?
A: A refugee is a person who was or has been forced to leave a certain country for religious or politcal reasons and even war.

While an exile is a situation where in a person is forced to leave his/her's home or country to go live in a foreign country.


Example sentence :

Many people in the world chose to be an exile than to be persecuted.

My father became a refugee since world war II



Q: What is the difference between A) I don't want to be a refugee and B) I don't want to become a refugee ?
A: They mean the same thing. To “be” something is present tense and to “become” is future tense. Meaning “I don’t want to become a refugee (in the future)” or “I don’t want to be a refugee (now)” but either would work in this context!
Q: What is the difference between refugee and asylum seeker ?
A: To be precise, a refugee is once an asylum seeker. But not all asylum seekers will be confirmed as refugee (an asylum seeker will need to request to, say United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to officially register a refugee.)
Q: What is the difference between refugee and fugitive ?
A: A refugee is someone fleeing for their own safety (usually, they are fleeing their country). Ex. "Thousands of refugees have come across the border following the recent conflict"
A fugitive is someone fleeing from the law (they committed a crime, or at least they have been accused of a crime). Ex. "The fugitive has eluded capture by police for over three days".

Translations of "Refugee"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does refugee mean?
A: A person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.
"Tens of thousands of refugees fled their homes in Syria."
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Other questions about "Refugee"

Q: There are 65 million registered refugees in the world; however, only 37 countries offer the program. Does this sound natural?
A: What you said is natural, but incomplete. For example, what “program” are you referring to?
Q: There are 65 million registered refugees in the world; however, only 37 countries offer the program. Does this sound natural?
A: Hi there! I think your sentence does sound natural, but you may want to be careful at the end when you mention "the program." That part might cause someone to ask, "What program?" Giving proper context is always helpful, whether you provide it within the sentence or in the sentence(s) preceding.
Q: Both of them were refugees and living with difficulty. Does this sound natural?
A: Change "in" to "with".
Q: They dispute the refugee issue. Does this sound natural?
A: Past : They disputed the refugee issue.

Present : They are disputing the refer issue.

Future : They will dispute the refugee issue.

Past : -ed

Present : -ing

Future : The verb without a suffix (something at the end of a word or sentence, like Alexander -the Great- or laugh -ing-).
Q: I can not bear that refugees losing the place to go and losing even the hope of living as we speak. As Betts says, politicians do not have vision. I think that all the ideas he thought are wonderful and effective. Among them, I think the idea of ​​issuing a humanitarian visas is very good. I think that many countries are easy to adopt as policies. What we have to think about is that refugees are not a burden to society. And the government should accept ideas proposed by him and act as soon as possible. Does this sound natural?
A: no problem, you write very well!

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