Hindi translation of 'eject'
eject /ɪˈdʒekt इˈजेक्ट्/
Word forms: ejects, ejecting, ejected
1. transitive verb
If someone ejects you from a place, they force you to leave.
The police used dogs to eject the protesters.
ejectionWord forms: ejections variable noun
...the student's ejection from the classroom.
2. transitive verb
To eject something means to remove it or push it out forcefully.
She ejected the CD from the stereo.
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Example Sentences Including 'eject'
I'm quite within my rights to use reasonable force to eject you.A Nasty Dose of Death
`Do you mind if I go to his room and eject him forcibly," I asked Myfanwy.Goodbye Curate
Nor did the mature modern woman eject her husband and his clothes separately.Compulsion
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Translation of eject from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary