expello

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From ex (out of) + pellō (drive out).

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present active expellō, present infinitive expellere, perfect active expulī, supine expulsum

  1. I drive or thrust out or away; expel, eject, banish; dislodge.
  2. (figuratively) I force or drive out or away, expel, remove.

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