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aus·land·er

 (ou′slĕn′dər, -slăn′-)
n.
A foreigner.

[German Ausländer, from Ausland, foreign country : aus-, away (from Middle High German ūz-, from Old High German, from ūz, out, away; see ud- in Indo-European roots) + Land, land; see hinterland.]
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Ausländer

(ˈaʊsˌlændə; German ˈauslɛndə)
n
(in a German-speaking country) a foreigner
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aus•land•er

(ˈaʊsˌlæn dər, ˈɔˌslæn-)

n.
foreigner; alien; outlander.
[< German Ausländer; see out-, land, -er1]
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