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Translation of "oust" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

oust

verb [T]     /aʊst/
to force someone to leave a position of power, job, place or competition 將…趕下臺;罷免;廢黜;趕走;淘汰 The president was ousted (from power) in a military coup in January 1987. 總統在1987年1月的一次軍事政變中被趕下臺。 Police are trying to oust drug dealers from the city centre. 警方正試圖將毒品販子們從市中心攆走。 The champions were defeated by Arsenal and ousted from the League Cup. 冠軍們被阿森納隊打敗,並被淘汰出聯賽杯。 Firing staff and being fired
Translations of “oust”
in Vietnamese hất cẳng…
in Spanish desbancar, expulsar…
in Thai ขับไล่…
in Malaysian menggulingkan…
in French évincer…
in German verdrängen…
in Indonesian mengusir, menggulingkan…
in Russian свергать, вытеснять…
in Turkish atmak, kovmak, defetmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 将…赶下台, 罢免, 废黜…
in Polish odsuwać (od władzy), usuwać…
(Definition of oust from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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