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- (transitive) To eject can mean to force (a person or people) to leave.
- The man started a fight and was ejected from the bar.
- (transitive) To be ejected can also mean to be thrown out of something quickly.
- A man from Montreal was ejected from his car because he was in an accident.
- (US) (transitive) To eject someone can mean to make (a sports player) leave the field because they are behaving in a bad way.
- (transitive) To eject can mean to make something come out of a machine.
- Press that button to eject the video tape.
- (intransitive) To eject can also mean to exit an aircraft when it is flying.
- The pilot could not control the plane and had to eject.
- (intransitive) To eject can mean to come out of a machine.
- A button on a machine that ejects something from the machine.
- When the DVD is finished, press eject.