English Vietnamese dictionary
- danh từ
- sự đuổi, sự tống ra, sự trục xuất
- (y học) sự sổ (thai, nhau)
Advanced English dictionary
noun ~ (from ...)
1 [U, C] the act of forcing sb to leave a place; the act of EXPELLING sb: These events led to the expulsion of senior diplomats from the country. + Troops are engaged in the expulsion of enemy forces from the area.
2 [U, C] the act of sending sb away from a school or an organization, so that they can no longer belong to it; the act of EXPELLING sb: The headteacher threatened the three girls with expulsion. + The club faces expulsion from the football league.
3 [U] (formal) the act of sending or driving a substance out of your body or a container: the expulsion of air from the lungs
expelling, ejection, eviction, repudiation, ouster, removal, dismissal, discharge; Colloq the (old) heave-ho, Brit the boot, the sack, sacking, US the bounce:
His expulsion from the pub was accompanied by cheers from the patrons.
automatic | immediate | mass | forced
VERB + EXPULSION
lead to, result in
Copying from another candidate results in automatic expulsion.
| call for, demand | order
The government ordered the immediate expulsion of the two men.
| be threatened with, face
Several pupils now face expulsion.
| appeal against
an ex-party member who intends to appeal against his expulsion
her expulsion from the society
ground(s) for expulsion
His disruptive behaviour was felt to be sufficient grounds for his expulsion.
Concise English dictionary
+the act of forcing out someone or something
+squeezing out by applying pressure
+the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting