Definition of ejection noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

     

    ejection

     noun
    noun
    BrE BrE//iˈdʒekʃn//
     
    ; NAmE NAmE//iˈdʒekʃn//
     
    [uncountable, countable]
     
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  1. 1ejection (of somebody) (from something) (formal) an act of forcing somebody to leave a place or position the forcible ejection of a group of 10 trouble-makers Most of the president's supporters believed his ejection from office was illegal.
  2. 2ejection (of something) (from something) (into something) an act of pushing something out suddenly and with a lot of force the ejection of hot rocks and ash into the water column and air above the volcano
  3. 3an escape from an aircraft that is going to crash, sometimes using an ejector seat a parachute system that would allow pilots to survive high-altitude ejection
  4. 4ejection (of something) (from something) an act of making a disk, tape, etc. come out of a machine The device allows automatic ejection of the CD after five minutes.

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