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Is this phrase correct? Or, what do you say? (I mean you can't go abroud, leave the country etc.) "travel abroad ban"
Nov 2, 2017 6:34 PM
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The simplest phrase would be "a travel ban", though these days, because of Pres. Trump, that phrase probably makes people think of a ban on travelling into a country instead of out of a country. If you want to be clear and specific, I'd suggest: "A ban on overseas travel", "A ban on travelling abroad" or "A ban on leaving the country"
November 2, 2017
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