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verb uk   us   /ɪˈdʒekt/
[T often passive] to force someone to leave a particular place: A number of fans had been ejected from the bar for causing trouble. [T] US (UK send off) to order a sports player to leave the playing area during a game because they have broken a rule [I] to leave an aircraft in an emergency using an ejection seat [I or T] to come out of a machine when a button is pressed, or to make something do this: How do you eject the tape? The coffee machine suddenly ejected a handful of coins.
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