- 1force or throw (something) out, typically in a violent or sudden way
- 2be thrown or forced out
Using ejected: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "ejected" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
The pilot was ejected from the plane before it crashed.
The machine ejected the CD when I pressed the button.
The passengers were ejected from the train after causing a disturbance.
The volcano erupted and ejected ash into the sky.
ejected Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with ejected
The president was ejected from office after the impeachment.
The pilot used the ejector seat to escape from the crashing plane.
a device that pumps sewage or waste water from a building to a septic tank or sewer system
The plumber installed an ejector pump in the basement to prevent flooding.
Summary: ejected in Brief
To 'eject' [ɪˈdʒɛktɪd] means to force or throw something out, often violently or suddenly. It can also refer to being thrown or forced out. Examples include ejecting a pilot from a plane, ejecting a CD from a machine, or ejecting passengers from a train. Phrases like 'eject from office' and 'ejector seat' extend the meaning of 'eject.'