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    Arrow the school teacher is abroad

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    THE SCHOOL TEACHER IS ABROAD
    Is it some idiomatic phraze ?
    How can we use it in a sentence ?

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    Default Re: the school teacher is abroad

    a)The teacher is abroad. = the teacher is away in another country.
    b) The teacher is a broad. = the teacher is a woman.(AmE)

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    Default Re: the school teacher is abroad

    In British English, it could also mean that the teacher is out and about, so people should be careful.

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