Eject - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- eliminate (a substance) (syn: discharge, exhaust, expel, release)
- leave an aircraft rapidly, using an ejection seat or capsule
- cause to come out in a squirt (syn: squirt)
The machine automatically ejected the CD.
The pilot ejected when his plane caught fire.
The tape-recorder ejects the tape automatically.
The safety invention will eject the pilot from burning plane.
The bouncer ejected the drunken man from the club.
It's been three years since he's been ejected from his last High School.
The demonstrators were ejected from the hall.
420 workers have been ejected from their jobs with no warning.
Two engines cut out and the plane started to eject fuel as it lost height.
present participle: ejecting
past tense: ejected
past participle: ejected