English translation of 'expulsar'
1. to expel
2. (de uma festa, clube etc) to throw out
3. (inimigo) to drive out
4. (estrangeiro) to expel, deport
5. (jogador) to send off
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'expulsar' in Other Languages
British English: eject VERB
If you eject someone from a place, you force them to leave.
Officials used guard dogs to eject the protesters.
British English: oust VERB
If someone is ousted from a position of power, job, or place, they are forced to leave it.
The leaders have been ousted from power.
Translation of expulsar from the Collins Portuguese to English