expel, throw out, kick out(verb)
force to leave or move out
"He was expelled from his native country"
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oust, throw out, drum out, boot out, kick out, expel(verb)
remove from a position or office
"The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
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rout, rout out, expel(verb)
cause to flee
"rout out the fighters from their caves"
exhaust, discharge, expel, eject, release(verb)
eliminate (a substance)
"combustion products are exhausted in the engine"; "the plant releases a gas"
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
Banish, primarily to put under ban, to compel by authority to leave a place or country, perhaps with restriction to some other place or country. From a country, a person may be banished, exiled, or expatriated; banished from any country where he may happen to be, but expatriated or exiled only from his own. One may expatriate or exile himself; he is banished by others. Banish is a word of wide import; one may banish disturbing thoughts; care may banish sleep. To expel is to drive out with violence or rudeness, and so often with disgrace.
Cataline was banished from Rome; John the Apostle was banished to Patmos.
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How to use expel in a sentence?
Every day, they bring out violent groups seeking violence in the streets, and every day, the people reject them and expel them.
Adolf Hitler didn't want to exterminate the Jews at the time, Adolf Hitler wanted to expel the Jews, and Haj Amin al-Husseini went to Adolf Hitler and said,' If you expel them, they'll all come here.' .
Urgent action is needed, islamist fundamentalism must be annihilated, France must ban Islamist organizations, close radical mosques and expel foreigners who preach hatred in our country as well as illegal migrants who have nothing to do here.
They will expel him who speaks the truth from nine villages.
From the outset we have rejected this reactionary and bellicose policy and seek amicable relations with the rest of our neighbors to confront this regime, the Islamic revolutionary Guard Corps must be designated as a foreign terrorist group and evicted from the region. More sanctions need to be imposed on the regime. the Iranian people long for freedom and democracy, equality, and an advanced society. Moreover the Iranian people demand an overthrow of this regime, she said. Rajavi has called on international organizations to expel Iran because of its support of terrorism, restore sanctions on some officials and start war crimes prosecutions for those that she says are responsible for massacring civilians. Iran, however considers the N.C.R.I a terrorist organization, a claim the group rejects. The N.C.R.I says the regime has executed more than 120,000 of its followers who oppose the regime. Mrs. Rajavi alluded to America’s July 4th Independence Day, and the rights secured in the Declaration of Independence.
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- изхвърлям, изключвам, изгонвамBulgarian
- expel·lirCatalan, Valencian
- vypudit, vyloučit, vyhostitCzech
- verjagen, deportieren, ausweisen, abschieben, verbannenGerman
- expulsar, expelerSpanish
- erottaa, poistaaFinnish
- expulser, déporterFrench
- fògairScottish Gaelic
- 出す, 追い出す, 追放, 放り出すJapanese
- verdrijven, verjagenDutch
- expelir, expulsarPortuguese
- выслать, выталкивать, вытолкнуть, извергать, исключить, депортировать, высылать, выбрасывать, выбросить, извергнуть, исключатьRussian
- çıkarmak, afarozlamak, kovmak, sınırdışı etmek, sürmekTurkish
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