English definition of “banish”
/ˈbænɪʃ/ verb [T]
SEND AWAY › to send someone away from a place, often as a punishment: [often passive] He was banished to a remote Alaskan island. Smokers were banished to the garden.
FEELING › to make yourself stop thinking about something or feeling a particular way: Banish winter blues with a holiday in the sun!