throw out (2)
Meaning: to force somebody to leave something like a club, a college or school, an organisation, etc.Synonym: expel (formal)
- be thrown out If anybody causes trouble or starts a fight, they'll be thrown out of the club.
- throw sb out He knew they'd throw him out of the drug treatment centre if he used drugs again.
Did you hear about Marcus? He was thrown out of college for
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Contributor: Matt Errey