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ejected, past participle; ejected, past tense; ejecting, present participle; ejects, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Force or throw (something) out, typically in a violent or sudden way
    • - many types of rock are ejected from volcanoes as solid, fragmentary material
  2. Cause (something) to drop out or be removed, usually mechanically
    • - he ejected the spent cartridge
  3. (of a pilot) Escape from an aircraft by being explosively propelled out of it
    • - he flew to open sea, put the plane in a nosedive, and ejected
  4. Compel (someone) to leave a place
    • - angry supporters were forcibly ejected from the court
  5. Dismiss (someone), esp. from political office
    • - he was ejected from office in July
  6. Emit; give off
    • - plants utilize carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that animals eject
    • - ejected electrons
  7. Dispossess (a tenant) by legal process

  1. put out or expel from a place; "The unruly student was excluded from the game"
  2. exhaust: eliminate (a substance); "combustion products are exhausted in the engine"; "the plant releases a gas"
  3. leave an aircraft rapidly, using an ejection seat or capsule
  4. squirt: cause to come out in a squirt; "the boy squirted water at his little sister"
  5. (ejection) expulsion: the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
  6. (ejection) the act of forcing out someone or something; "the ejection of troublemakers by the police"; "the child's expulsion from school"
  7. Senser, a politically-charged UK band, originally formed in South West London from a group of friends in the late 1980s, Nick Michaelson (guitar), Heitham Al-Sayed (vocals), Kerstin Haigh (vocals), John Morgan (drums), James Barrett (bass) and Alan "Haggis" Haggerty (engineer, producer, ...
  8. Eject is a fictional character from the various Transformers universes.
  9. (Ejection (sports)) In sports, an ejection (or dismissal or sending-off) is one of several disqualifying actions assessed to a player or coach by a game official (such as a referee or umpire), usually for unsportsmanlike conduct.
  10. Ejectment is the common law term for civil action to recover the possession of and title to land. It replaced the old Real Actions as well as the various possessory assizes. ...
  11. (The Ejected) The Ejected were an English punk rock/oi! band from Dagenham, Essex, active between 1981 and 1983.
  12. A button on a machine that causes something to be ejected from the machine; To force (a person or persons) to leave; To be thrown out violently; (transitive) To compel (a sports player) to leave the field because of inappropriate behaviour; To cause (something) to come out of a machine; To ...
  13. (Ejected) When a player or coach is ejected, the referee(s) sends him to the locker room and out for the rest of the game. Someone gets ejected if he has two technicals or has tried to hurt another person.
  14. (ejection) The step in the cycle of operation that removes the expended cartridge from the weapon out of the ejection port.
  15. (EJECTION) rods, a plate or air blast then aids ejection of the completed plastic moulding from the injection mould tool.
  16. (Ejection (Demolding)) Removing a molded part from the mold by hand, mechanical means or use of compressed air.
  17. (Ejection) Bad skater. Go to your home. Ejections happen when a skater accrues seven trips to the box throughout the course of a bout, or if one very egregious penalty occurs. Any ref can call for an ejection, but only the head ref can actually eject someone.
  18. (Ejection) The punishment for a defensive player who commits a major foul. The offender is required to swim to the ejection area and remain there for 20 seconds, or until a goal is scored, or upon the signal of the defensive referee following a clear change of possession - whichever comes first. ...
  19. (Ejection) When an umpire orders a player, coach or any other representative of a team to leave the game or premises because of a blatant or repeated violation of the rules, or because of an unsportsmanlike act.
  20. (Ejection) an approved remedy for the disease of garrulity. It is also much used in cases of extreme poverty.
  21. (Ejection) an event in a turbulent flow that transports a momentum deficit from a low velocity region to a high velocity region (upwards in the planetary boundary layer). Opposite is a sweep.
  22. (Ejection) to be shown a red card and sent off the field of play.
  23. (ejection) a method of emergency escape from aircraft in which the pilot’s or aircrew member’s seat is propelled out of the aircraft by an explosive catapult or rocket charge.
  24. (Ejectment) Legal action for return of right to possession of land and for damages.
  25. (EJECTMENT) (1) Eviction or dispossession. (2) A law suit to regain possession of real estate held by another.