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English definition of “cast sb/sth out”

cast sb/sth out

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verb uk phrasal verb with cast   /kɑːst/ us    /kæst/ (cast, cast)
to get rid of someone or something, especially forcefully: Cast out by his family, he was forced to fend for himself.
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