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Verb: eject  i'jekt
  1. Put out or expel from a place
    "The unruly student was ejected from the game";
    - chuck out, exclude, turf out [Brit, informal], boot out [informal], turn out
  2. Eliminate (a substance)
    "combustion products are ejected in the engine";
    - exhaust, discharge, expel, release
  3. Leave an aircraft rapidly, using an ejection seat or capsule

Derived forms: ejected, ejecting, ejects

Type of: exit, expel, get out, go out, kick out [informal], leave, throw out

Encyclopedia: Eject