One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the ejection of an electron from an atom’
emission, discharge, expulsion, release, exudation, excretion, elimination, disgorgement
2‘fans were angry at their ejection from the ground’
expulsion, throwing out, removal, ousting
eviction, dispossession, banishment, deportation, exile
3‘the crowd called for his ejection from office’
dismissal, removal, discharge, ousting, expulsion, lay-off, redundancy, notice
informal sacking, the sack, firing, axing, the boot, the push, the heave-ho, the old heave-ho, the bullet, defenestration
British informal turfing out, one's cards, the chop
North American informal the bum's rush
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