chuck somebody off (something)


chuck somebody off (something)
ˌchuck sb ˈoff (sth) | ˌchuck sb ˈout (of sth) derived
(informal) to force sb to leave a place or a job

They got chucked off the bus.

You can't just chuck him out.

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