Hindi translation of 'expel'
expel /ɪkˈspel इकˈस्पेल्/
Word forms: expels, expelling, expelled
1. transitive verb
If someone is expelled from a school or organization, they are officially told to leave because they have behaved badly.
Darren was expelled from school for fighting.
expulsion /ɪkˈspʌlʃən इकˈस्पल्शन्/ uncountable noun
...her expulsion from secondary school.
2. transitive verb
If people are expelled from a place, they are made to leave it, usually by force.
Several patients were expelled from hospital.
expulsion uncountable noun
...the expulsion of illegal workers.
3. transitive verb
To expel something such as a gas means to force it out.
He groaned, expelling the air from his lungs.
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Example Sentences Including 'expel'
The chance to expel his guilt on to another made him sound almost delirious with the anger which masked his subconscious relief.Absolute Truths
Though I could feel my palate shape the syllables, and my breath expel them, the passageway refused to hear them uttered.GALILEE (2001)
Put pressure on his chest to expel the air, then breathed into him again.SACRAMENT (2001)
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'expel' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَطْرُدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: expelir
- Chinese: 开除
- Croatian: izbaciti
- Czech: vyloučit vylučovatze školy, organizace
- Danish: bortvise
- Dutch: wegzenden
- European Spanish: expulsar
- Finnish: karkottaa
- French: expulser
- German: vertreiben
- Greek: αποβάλλω
- Italian: espellere
- Japanese: 追い出す
- Korean: 쫓아내다
- Norwegian: kaste ut
- Polish: wydalić
- Portuguese: expelir
- Romanian: a exmatricula
- Russian: исключать
- Spanish: expulsar
- Swedish: relegera
- Thai: ไล่ออก
- Turkish: kovmak
- Ukrainian: виключати виключити
- Vietnamese: đuổi
Translation of expel from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary