[fawr-uh-ner, for-] /ˈfɔr ə nər, ˈfɒr-/
a person not native to or naturalized in the country or jurisdiction under consideration; alien.
a person from outside one’s community.
a thing produced in or brought from a country.
Nautical. a vessel.
a person from a foreign country; alien
an outsider or interloper
something from a foreign country, such as a ship or product
early 15c., foreyner; see foreign + -er (1).
In ordinary use chiefly applied to those who speak a foreign language as their native tongue; thus in England the term is not commonly understood to include Americans. [OED]
a Gentile. Such as resided among the Hebrews were required by the law to be treated with kindness (Ex. 22:21; 23:9; Lev. 19:33, 34; 23:22; Deut. 14:28; 16:10, 11; 24:19). They enjoyed in many things equal rights with the native-born residents (Ex. 12:49; Lev. 24:22; Num. 15:15; 35:15), but were not allowed to do anything which was an abomination according to the Jewish law (Ex. 20:10; Lev. 17:15,16; 18:26; 20:2; 24:16, etc.).
noun 1. commercial paper drawn on a person or corporation in a foreign nation. 2. the process of balancing accounts in commercial transactions between business organizations of different nations. noun 1. the system by which one currency is converted into another, enabling international transactions to take place without the physical transportation of gold 2. foreign […]
- Foreign exchange office
communications (FXO) An analog telephone plug on a handset that receives POTS service from the telephone exchange (“central office”) via a Foreign eXchange Subscriber socket and provides on-hook/off-hook indication to the exchange. (2008-01-17)
- Foreign exchange subscriber
communications (FXS) A socket that provides analog telephone service (POTS) from the telephone exchange (“central office”) to a handset with an Foreign eXchange Office plug. The socket provides dial tone, power and a ring signal. (2008-01-17)
[fawr-in-flag, for-] /ˈfɔr ɪnˌflæg, ˈfɒr-/ adjective 1. (of a vessel or aircraft) having a registry under a nationality other than one’s own: rivalry between U.S.-flag freighters and foreign-flag ships. 2. (especially of a ship) owned by a national of one country and registered under the maritime laws of another country: Some foreign-flag vessels are actually […]