n ~ (from...)
1 [U] action of expelling or being expelled 驱逐; 开除
*Expulsion from school is a harsh form of punishment. 开除学籍是严厉的惩罚.
* [attrib 作定语] an expulsion order, ie an official order expelling a person from a country 驱逐出境令.
2 [C] instance of this 驱逐; 开除
*There have been three expulsions from the school this year. 今年学校已开除了三名学生.
n [U and C]
1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin:
expulsio, from expulsus, past participle of expellere; EXPEL
the act of forcing someone to leave a place
→expelexpulsion of the expulsion of the protestersexpulsion from his expulsion from the Soviet Union in 1964
the act of stopping someone from going to the school where they were studying or from being part of the organization where they worked The headmaster threatened the boys with expulsion.expulsion of the expulsion from the Communist Party of its former leader
the act of forcing air, water, gas etc out of something
1. The student is under the threat of expulsion from the university. 这名学生面临被逐出大学的危险。