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Definition of "resettled" [resettled]

  • Present participle of resettle. (verb)

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Use "resettled" in a sentence
  • "" Day, " which sprawls across four hours, is a richly textured story about coming of age in 1960s Taiwan, based on the real-life conflicts between rival gangs of native Taiwanese youths from families that had resettled from the Chinese mainland in 1949."
  • "His 1991 "A Brighter Summer Day," which opens Friday for a landmark American theatrical run, is a richly textured coming-of-age epic set in 1960s Taiwan, based on the real-life conflicts between rival gangs of native Taiwanese youths from families that had resettled from the Chinese mainland in 1949."
  • "Jordanian authorities have started revoking the citizenship of thousands of Palestinians living in Jordan to avoid a situation in which they would be "resettled" permanently in the kingdom, Jordanian and Palestinian officials revealed on Monday."