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expel (someone or something) from (something)

1. To send or force someone from a place or area. The librarian promptly expelled those chatty girls from the building. If you keep getting into fights with your classmates, you might just get expelled from school.
2. To spew something out of something. The factory expelled smoke from its smokestacks.
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expel someone from something

to force someone to leave something or some place; to eject someone from something or some place. The two men expelled the fighters from the tavern. Ken was expelled from school for disciplinary reasons
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expel something from something

to force or eject something out of something. The machine expelled cup after cup from its opening. The volcano expelled huge globs of molten lava.
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squeeze something out of something

 and squeeze something out
to press something until something is expelled from something. Claire squeezed some toothpaste out of the tube. She squeezed out some toothpaste.
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Last week, South Sudanese Army Spokesperson, Lul Ruai Koang, told Sudan Tribune that they will expels rebels fighting its northern neighbour once it receives directives from the high command.
We believe the Iranian decision to expel two members of staff from the British embassy is baseless," the spokeswoman said.
In Smith's eruption model, these stars would expel some material a few thousand years before they die as supernovas rather than stockpiling all of it until the bitter end.
The mosque loudspeaker says: "We blame the Americans, let's expel the Americans, let's unite to expel them from Iraq, let's unite as one religion.
State Department called on countries around the world to expel Iraqi diplomats, saying they represent a ''corrupt and ruthless regime'' and to prevent the destruction of documents in Iraqi embassies and consulates.
Doing so would spare the House, the full Congress and, most importantly, Traficant's constituents the trouble and embarrassment of the chamber having to expel him.
Legally, any association may both establish expulsion guidelines and expel or suspend a member for cause--even when the result may limit or eliminate competition.
Gandhinagar (Gujarat) [India], Aug 9 ( ANI ): The Congress on Wednesday announced to expel six more party MLAs from Gujarat.
France does not normally expel or extradite its own nationals to third countries and Al-Yaaqoubi is sought by authorities in Morocco.
December 27, 2014 (KHARTOUM) - Britain condemned Sudan's decision to expel two United Nations officials and called on Khartoum to reconsider its decisions.
In a letter to Jethmalani, BJP general secretary Ananth Kumar yesterday said the party's parliamentary board had taken a unanimous decision on Monday to expel him from the membership of the party.
Dubai Hamas, rulers in the Gaza Strip, yesterday welcomed Turkey's decision to expel the Israeli ambassador as it criticised the Jewish state's siege of the enclave.
On Sunday, Sheikh Mohammed voiced dismay at Iran's move to expel the Kuwaiti diplomats.
Two chartered planes carrying almost 300 Romanian nationals left France on Thursday in compliance with the French government's program to expel Roma without valid identity papers, according to the French Ministry of Immigration.