Synonyms of eject in English:


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See UK English definition of eject

See Spanish definition of expulsar


1‘the volcano ejected ash at a phenomenal rate’

emit, spew out, pour out, discharge, give off, give out, send out, belch, vent
exude, excrete, expel, cast out, release, disgorge, spout, vomit, throw up, spit out, cough up
rare disembogue

take in

2‘the pilot had time to eject’

bail out, escape, leave the aircraft, get out, parachute to safety

3‘his opponents were ejected from the hall’

expel, throw out, turn out, put out, cast out, remove, oust
put out in the street, evict, dispossess, banish, deport, exile
informal chuck out, kick out, boot out, heave out, bounce, defenestrate
British informal turf out


4‘he was swiftly ejected from his first job’

dismiss, remove, discharge, oust, expel, deprive of office, get rid of, throw out, turn out, fling out, force out, drive out
let someone go, give notice to, lay off
British make redundant
Military cashier
informal sack, give the sack to, fire, axe, send packing, give someone the boot, boot out, chuck out, kick out, give someone their marching orders, give someone the push, give someone the heave-ho, give someone the old heave-ho, throw someone out on their ear, give someone the bullet, show someone the door
British informal give someone their cards, give someone the chop, turf out
North American informal give someone the bum's rush