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ease sb out

verb uk phrasal verb with ease   /iːz/ us  
to make someone leave a job or powerful position: The head teacher was eased out of his job after teachers and parents accused him of being autocratic.
Translations of “ease sb out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 把(某人)打發走, 使(某人)離職…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把(某人)打发走, 使(某人)离职…
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