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Translation of "oust" - English-Spanish dictionary

oust

verb   /aʊst/
A to force someone to leave a position of power, job, place, or competition desbancar, destituir, desplazar The president was ousted (from power) in a military coup in January 1987. Police are trying to oust drug dealers from the city . Last year’s NCAA winners have been ousted from the tournament.1438
(Definition of oust from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

oust

verb /aust/
to force out (and take the place of) desbancar, expulsar They ousted him as leader of the party.
(Definition of oust from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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