This page is about the phrasal verb kick outINFORMAL
Meaning: If somebody is kicked out of a place, they are forced to leave.Synonym: expel, throw out
- kick sb out Ali was too afraid to tell his parents that he was gay because he knew his father would kick him out.
- be kicked out If you get drunk and make trouble, you'll be kicked out of the bar.
- be kicked out of sth Any athletes who test positive for illegal drugs will be kicked out of the Olympic team.
Sarah was kicked out of the exam room because she
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Contributor: Matt Errey