What does expel mean?

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Verb
  1. To eject or erupt.
  2. (obsolete) To fire (a bullet, arrow etc.).
  3. (transitive) To remove from membership.
  4. (transitive) To deport.
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They are also warning that they could stage a walkout after the governing body overruled a decision to expel the boy.
Scientists had noted that during a sting, scorpions expel a clear liquid followed by a cloudy one.
For example, plants give out oxygen and animals expel carbon dioxide and methane.
I omnipotently took it upon myself to expel from the universe as we know it future specimens of well-fitted survivalist weeds.
Yoga helps your body reabsorb and expel gas by stimulating peristalsis, the muscle contractions that eliminate waste.
When stars have exhausted their nuclear fuel resources they implode at the centre, and expel their outer layers into space.

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