expel

[Verb] To make someone leave a country, school or club.
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expel

[v] - as from a country 2. [v] - put out or expel from a place
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Expel

Ex┬Ěpel' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Expelled , present participle & verbal noun . Expelling .] [ Latin expellere , expulsum ; ex out + pellere to drive: confer French expeller . See...
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expel

eject 1 chuck out verb put out or expel from a place; `The child was expelled from the classroom`
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expel

verb force to leave or move out; `He was expelled from his native country`
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Expel

• (v. t.) To drive away from one`s country; to banish. • (v. t.) To discharge; to shoot. • (v. t.) To keep out, off, or away; to exclude. • (v. t.) To cut off from further connection with an institution of learning, a society, and the like; as, to expel a student or member. • (v. t.) To drive or force out from that within w...
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expel

eject or force out
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expel

force to leave or move out
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expel

force to leave or move out
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