expel (v):
eliminate (a substance)
combustion products are exhausted in the engine.
the plant releases a gas

Related Words: dischargeejectrelease
expel (v):
cause to flee
rout out the fighters from their caves
expel (v):
remove from a position or office
The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds
Related Words: oust
expel (v):
force to leave or move out
He was expelled from his native country
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Speech is silver, but silence is gold

Söz gümüşse sükut altındır.
Speaking is good but saying nothing is better. Discretion can be worth more than even eloquent words.

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