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drum sb out of sth

phrasal verb with drum uk   us   /drʌm/ verb [I or T] (-mm-)
to force someone to leave a job, group, etc., often because they have behaved in a way that is not considered acceptable: The minister was drummed out of office when it was discovered that he had been taking bribes.
Translations of “drum sb out of sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 開除, 驅逐, 將(某人)趕出……
in Chinese (Simplified) 开除, 驱逐, 将(某人)赶出……
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