expulsar translation | Spanish-English dictionary



1    (=hacer salir)  
  [+alumno, inmigrante]  
to expel  
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  
expulsar vt.

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
it was a clever manoeuvre {o} move to get rid of the boss
'expulsar' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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expulsar ventosidades {or} una ventosidad
"expulsar": examples and translations in context
Está intentando expulsar a mi hijo. He's threatening to expel my son.
Señor, sólo queremos expulsar a los extranjeros. Sir, we just want to expel the foreigners.
Sí. Sobre el asunto de expulsar a Shinkai... About the matter of expelling Shinkai.
Es un ritual efectivo para expulsar demonios. It's an effective ritual for expelling demons.
Es a mí a quien deberían expulsar. I'm the one who should be expelled.
Creo que debería expulsar al señor Melon. I think Mr. Melon should be expelled.
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