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expel

Meaning: tr
defetmek, kovmak; sürgün
If you are caught cheating, you'll be expelled from school.
He was expelled from the school.
I'd be expelled from the country.
Tom knew he wouldn't be expelled.
Mary was expelled from the Senate.
Leovigild had expelled the remaining soldiers of the Greek emperors from Spain, had suppressed the audacity of the Franks, who in their raids ravaged the Visigothic provinces beyond the Pyrenees, had put an end to the sort of monarchy that the Suevi had established in Gallaecia and had expired in Toledo, after having established political and civil laws, and peace and public order in its vast domains, which stretched from coast to coast, and also, crossing the mountains of Vasconia, covered a large portion of the former Narbonian Gaul.
She was expelled from the summer camp because she kissed her friend.
Tom was afraid that he might be expelled.
I was expelled from school.
I've been expelled from school.
Added on 2018-06-07 and updated on 2018-08-06 | by m1gin | View: 194

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