Definitions for oustaʊst
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word oust
oust, throw out, drum out, boot out, kick out, expel(verb)
remove from a position or office
"The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
remove and replace
"The word processor has ousted the typewriter"
To expel; to remove.
The protesters became so noisy that they were finally ousted from the meeting.
Origin: From ouster, oustier, from oster ( > modern ôter), from post-classical obstare, classical obstare.
Otsu, otsu, Ōtsu, outs, Tsou
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Our founders did not oust George III in order for us to crown Richard I.
It depends on Exxon, no one is taking any action to oust the company out of the project.
Short term, they may win, the long-term solution for Iraq may not be a unified state if the only message they (Sunnis in Anbar province) get is either join ISIS, which will behead you, or support the government, which brings in rival Shia militias to oust the Sunnis. It's a very difficult political situation.
Translations for oust
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- verdrängen, vertreibenGerman
- deponer, expulsarSpanish
- ulos, poistaa, heittääFinnish
- elkerget, kiszorít, kiűz, elűzHungarian
- espellere, cacciareItalian
- 取り上げる, 追い払う, 取り除くJapanese
- verdrijven, verwijderen, verbannenDutch
- выгонять, изгонять, изгнать, выгнатьRussian
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