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oust

US [aʊst]
UK [aʊst]
  • v.剥夺;罢免;革职
  • Web驱逐;取代;罢黜
Simple Present:ousts  Present Participle:ousting  Past Tense:ousted  
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v.
1.
剥夺;罢免;革职to force sb out of a job or position of power, especially in order to take their place
He was ousted as chairman.
他的主席职务被革除了。
The rebels finally managed to oust the government from power.
反叛者最后总算推翻了政府。

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