- drive out or expel (someone) from a position or place；deprive of or exclude from possession of something.
verb: oust, 3rd person present: ousts, gerund or present participle: ousting, past tense: ousted, past participle: ousted
- 1. drive out or expel (someone) from a position or place the reformists were ousted from power
- ▪ deprive of or exclude from possession of something.
- ▪ take away (a court's jurisdiction) in a matter.
- drive out or expel (someone) from a position or place: he ousted a long-term incumbent by only 500 votes
Oxford American Dictionary
...factor in inspiring opposition parties to launch a parliamentary motion to oust President Chen last Tuesday. } 英翻中如下： 陳(幸妤...
The finding gives the whales the dubious distinction of ousting polar bears as most polluted Arctic mammal. 這個發現決定了鯨魚有可能取代北極熊而成為受污染最為嚴重的北極帶哺乳動物。
... gone along with the hardliners lest they be tempted to oust him... (p.887 Collins Cobuild English Dictionary...