ousting
-desbancando
Present participleconjugation ofoust.

oust

oust(
aust
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to remove from a position)
a. desbancar
The general ousted the president after storming the capital.El general desbancó al presidente después de asaltar la capital.
b. destituir
Mr. Long was ousted after one term in office.El Sr. Long fue destituido después de un solo mandato.
2. (to remove from a place)
a. desalojar
The police ousted the squatters from the building.La policía desalojó a los ocupas del edificio.
b. expulsar
The residents want to oust the gypsies from the region.Los residentes quieren expulsar a los gitanos de la región.
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oust
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a. desbancar
to oust somebody from his postdestituir a alguien, separar a alguien de su cargo
oust [aʊst]
transitive verb
(gen) expulsar; echar; (from house) desahuciar; desalojar
we ousted them from the position les hicimos abandonar su posición; to oust sb from a post hacer que algn renuncie a un puesto
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