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Verb: kick out  kik awt
Usage: informal
  1. Force to leave or move out
    "He was kicked out from his native country";
    - expel, throw out
  2. Remove from a position or office
    "The chairman was kicked out after he misappropriated funds";
    - oust, throw out, drum out, boot out [informal], expel, turf out [Brit, informal]

Derived forms: kicks out, kicking out, kicked out

Type of: displace, move, remove