[+alumno, inmigrante] to expel
[+jugador] to send off, eject (EEUU)
[+intruso, alborotador] to eject, throw out ( de from)
la expulsaron del partido she was expelled from the party, she was thrown out of the party
el árbitro lo expulsó del terreno de juego the referee sent him off the pitch
2 [+gases, humo] to expel
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary
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