expel definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to make or drive completely: expel an invader.
    • To discharge from or just as if from a receptacle: expelled a sigh of relief.
    • to make to leave; deprive of account: expelled the student from university for cheating. See Synonyms at eject.
    • to operate a vehicle or force out from that within which everything is contained, inclosed, or situated; to eject.
    • to push far from a person's country; to banish.
    • To cut-off from additional connection with an institution of discovering, a society, and stuff like that.
    • to help keep on, down, or away; to exclude.
    • To discharge; to take.
    • To force or drive aside: expel an invader.
    • To discharge from or like from a receptacle: expelled a sigh of relief.
    • To force to leave; deprive of account: expelled the student from college for cheating. See Synonyms at eject.
    • to-drive or force-out from that within which everything is contained, inclosed, or situated; to eject.
    • to-drive far from an individual's nation; to banish.
    • To take off from further reference to an institution of discovering, a society, and stuff like that.
    • to help keep aside, down, or away; to exclude.
    • To discharge; to take.
  • verb:
    • To eject or erupt
    • To fire (a bullet, arrow etc.).
    • to get rid of from account
    • To deport
    • eradicate (a substance)
    • eliminate from a posture or office
    • cause to flee
    • power to go out of or re-locate
    • To eject or emerge
    • To fire (a bullet, arrow etc.).
    • To remove from membership
    • To deport
    • eliminate (a substance)
    • remove from a position or office
    • cause to flee
    • force to go out of or transfer
  • others:
    • To drive or force-out or away; send off or away by power or constraint; compel to go out of; dismiss forcibly or compulsorily: because, to expel atmosphere from a bellows or through the lung area; to expel an invader or a traitor from a country; to expel a student from a college, or a member from a club.
    • To exclude; hold down or down.
    • To decline; refuse.
    • Synonyms Exile, Exclude, etc. (identify banish), expatriate, ostracize; eject, dislodge.
    • to-drive or force out or away; send-off or away by power or constraint; compel to go out of; discount forcibly or compulsorily: since, to expel air from a bellows or from the lung area; to expel an invader or a traitor from a country; to expel students from a college, or a part from a club.
    • To exclude; hold down or off.
    • To reject; refuse.
    • Synonyms Exile, Exclude, an such like. (identify banish), expatriate, ostracize; eject, dislodge.

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