This page is about the phrasal verb drive out.
Meaning: to force someone or something out of a placeSynonym: expel, throw out, kick out (informal)
- drive sb out The invading soldiers drove people out of their homes and forced them to get onto trucks.
- drive out sb/sth The police came and drove out any protesters who were still inside the building.
While hundreds of demonstrators were being driven out of the area by riot police, the demonstrators
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Contributor: Matt Errey