выбрасывать; извергать; выгонять; изгонять; увольнять; выселять; выпускать; катапультировать
- In fact, we have watched the fish take tadpoles into their mouths, then swiftly eject them.
- WHEN THE pilot of the stricken US fighter plane pulled the handle to eject from his EF-111 on Thursday, he was acknowledging the inevitable; there was nothing more he could do to save his 10 million "Raven" from crashing, only save the life of his navigator and himself.
- Paul's opponents found it easier to agree in synod on his unworthiness for office than to eject him from the episcopal residence.
- But the opposition parties demanded their return, and the king had to promise that they would not be used except defensively, not even to eject Iraq from Kuwait.
- The waiting patients pricked their ears and tried not to smile and then the surgery door would burst open and eject a little old lady, pink with pleasure!
- The commander of the Western Front virtually ordered the Smolgubispolkom to eject school number 9 out of what was now a Volga orphans' home run by a "revolutionary military committee".
- He could eject this by jerking his head upwards, and then catch it again in the socket.
- When officials tried to eject him, Mr Gollnisch tried to punch his neighbours.
- They refused to leave on request and attempts to eject them failed on account of the sudden arrival of reinforcements from the local station.
- The only way to avoid Israeli attack was to eject the Palestinians from their villages.
- This was a small operating system patch by the name of MacPuke, which made the innocuous little beige box belch in a particularly corpulent, beer-sodden way when the operating system decided to eject a floppy disc from the drive.
- Then, when the slide is wound back fully, the bush will eject the centre, Jacobs chuck or whatever Morse taper device is fitted.
- Magnificent as it is, Somerset House was designed not as an arts centre, of course, but as offices for the civil servants whom Mr Heseltine now proposes to eject.