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eject

verb /iˈdʒekt/
to throw out with force; to force to leave
expulsar, echar
They were ejected from their house for not paying the rent.
to leave an aircraft in an emergency by causing one’s seat to be ejected
eyectar (se)
The pilot had to eject when his plane caught fire.
ejection /-ʃən/ noun
expulsión, desahucio
He was fined by police for drunk and disorderly conduct following his ejection from a nightclub.
(Definition of eject from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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