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banish from (something or some place)

To prohibit someone from a certain place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "banish" and "from." My rude comments got me banished from that website. My friends and I were banished from that restaurant after we got into a fight there.
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banish someone or something from some place

to ban or evict someone or something from some place. The town council banished motorcycles from all the parks in town. The new law banished vagrants from the train station.
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A pill which its makers claim can banish cellulite ``orange peel skin'' was launched in Britain yesterday.
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A PRIEST dressed as Nepal's assassinated king was sent into exile with a TV and electric fans yesterday in a ceremony said to banish the ghosts of the royal massacre.
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