طرد, فصل, قذف, لفظ, رحل, زفر, فصل طالبا, نفث, هجر
Verb(1) force to leave or move out(2) remove from a position or office(3) cause to flee(4) eliminate (a substance
(1) When you take in those extra salts, your body will need to expel them as quickly as possible.(2) After he won the presidency in 1990, the opposition joined with the Army to overthrow him and expel him from the country.(3) Yoga helps your body reabsorb and expel gas by stimulating peristalsis, the muscle contractions that eliminate waste.(4) Eventually the king was forced to expel her from the country.(5) Like peppermint, it helps your body expel gas, but it also stimulates your digestive juices.(6) So, once his races are over, his main priority will be to expel them from his body as fast and efficiently as possible.(7) This champion of samurai who would overthrow the Shogunate and expel the barbarians became the devoted follower of the elite shogunal official.(8) Security forces had allied with extreme loyalists to expel families from their homes.(9) It turns out that some species of penguin can expel their feces with such force that it can fly 40 cm.(10) The party itself was forced to expel three members and sanction one other.(11) He would like to deport and expel people who are French, people who would otherwise vote in elections.(12) Most non-government schools have much wider powers to select or expel students, and select and dismiss teachers and other staff, than government schools.(13) That means the possibility of using the threat of force to force them to give up their weapons and expel the radical organization.(14) If there is one thing we could do to give this, and other cities, a sensible future, it would be to banish, expel , deport, and forever exile this noxious device and all its associated poisons.(15) Acute diarrhea is an important defense mechanism that enables your body to expel foreign bacteria and parasites quickly.(16) Viruses in your throat or chest also stimulate your cough reflex, which helps your body expel the mucus and the virus, he says.
(1) expel :: يطرد
2. banish ::
3. let out ::
4. kick out ::
5. exhaust ::
6. rout out ::
7. drum out ::
1. inhale ::
2. inspire ::
Different Formsexpel, expelling, expels
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