Of an object, etc, in a place where it does not belong. (adjective)
From a different one of the states of the United States, as of a state of residence or incorporation. (adjective)
Belonging to a different organization, company etc. (adjective)
Examples of word foreign
The English mind took naturally to rebellion, Â—when foreign, Â—and it felt particular confidence in the Southern Confederacy because of its combined attributes, Â—foreign rebellion of English blood, Â—which came nearer ideal eccentricity than could be reached by Poles, Hungarians, Italians or Frenchmen.
Foreign Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, British foreign secretary
The London-based Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) - an independent think-tank whose president is British foreign secretary Robin Cook
As a result, I was generally able to get away with buying a half-hour or an hour of Internet access at a time in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, where "complimentary Internet" is a term foreign to hotels.
One local dealing with visitors carries the title "foreign minister."