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English definition of “eject”

eject

verb [T]  /ɪˈdʒekt/ us  
to force someone to leave a particular place, or to send out something quickly and often with force: It was difficult to eject squatters from the abandoned building. A player who is ejected during a game is told to leave the playing area by the referee because the player has done something wrong: Very seldom do you see any player get ejected from a playoff game in football and baseball.
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