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English definition of “turf sb out”

turf sb out

mainly UK informal
verb [T] uk phrasal verb with turf   /tɜːf/ us    /tɝːf/
to force someone to leave a place or an organization: She'll be turfed out of the study group if she carries on being disruptive.
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