- vt. 驱逐；开除；排出
- vt. 驱逐,赶走,放逐 send away by force; force to leave
- vt. 把…除名,把…开除 dismiss officially from a school, club, etc.
- vt. 排出 force out from the body or container
force to leave or move out;
"He was expelled from his native country"
remove from a position or office;
"The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
cause to flee;
"rout out the fighters from their caves"
eliminate (a substance);
"combustion products are exhausted in the engine"
"the plant releases a gas"
- Russia has lately decided to expel a US diplomat from its land, .
- He was expelled from the school.
- The headmaster decided to make an example of the pupil and expel him from the school.
- The lungs expel carbon dioxide when we exhale.
- They expelled the enemy.
- They expelled a foreign spy from their country.
- He expelled smoke from his lungs.
- The whale expelled water from his blowhole.
- After the outbreak of fighting, all foreign journalists were expelled.
- The body was expelled from school.
- He was expelled from the club for breaking the rules.
In 1290 Edward I expelled the Jews.出自： E. Huxley
She drew, puffed, expelled long coils of smoke.出自： W. Golding
They were expelled on a flight leaving for Namibia later in the day.出自：Daily Telegraph
He strove..to expel even from his mind all that might be incriminating or unseemly.出自： P. Norman
- expel, banish, exile
- expel, dismiss, eject, evict, oust
- 这组词都可表示“把某人赶出”“把某物去掉”。它们之间的区别是:eject含义最广,常可与其他词换用,强调用力从里面抛出某物或赶走某人; expel指有意地、永久地正式开除某人或彻底排出某物; oust指非法剥夺某人的权利/力或用暴力把某人赶走; evict指依法从不付房租的房客那里收回租屋并把房客赶出; dismiss指依法驳回申诉或请求,也指解除某人的职务、企图或消除顾虑、仇恨、忌妒等。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的expellen，意为驱逐，开除，赶出。