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oust

 (oust)
tr.v. oust·ed, oust·ing, ousts
1. To eject from a position or place; force out: "the American Revolution, which ousted the English" (Virginia S. Eifert).
2. Law To effect an ouster of (a party) from a property.

[Middle English ousten, from Anglo-Norman ouster, from Latin obstāre, to hinder; see obstacle.]

oust

(aʊst)
vb (tr)
1. to force out of a position or place; supplant or expel
2. (Law) property law to deprive (a person) of the possession of land
[C16: from Anglo-Norman ouster, from Latin obstāre to withstand, from ob- against + stāre to stand]

oust

(aʊst)

v.t.
to expel or remove from a place or position occupied.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Anglo-French ouster to remove, Old French oster < Latin obstāre to stand in the way, oppose]

oust


Past participle: ousted
Gerund: ousting

Imperative
oust
oust
Present
I oust
you oust
he/she/it ousts
we oust
you oust
they oust
Preterite
I ousted
you ousted
he/she/it ousted
we ousted
you ousted
they ousted
Present Continuous
I am ousting
you are ousting
he/she/it is ousting
we are ousting
you are ousting
they are ousting
Present Perfect
I have ousted
you have ousted
he/she/it has ousted
we have ousted
you have ousted
they have ousted
Past Continuous
I was ousting
you were ousting
he/she/it was ousting
we were ousting
you were ousting
they were ousting
Past Perfect
I had ousted
you had ousted
he/she/it had ousted
we had ousted
you had ousted
they had ousted
Future
I will oust
you will oust
he/she/it will oust
we will oust
you will oust
they will oust
Future Perfect
I will have ousted
you will have ousted
he/she/it will have ousted
we will have ousted
you will have ousted
they will have ousted
Future Continuous
I will be ousting
you will be ousting
he/she/it will be ousting
we will be ousting
you will be ousting
they will be ousting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ousting
you have been ousting
he/she/it has been ousting
we have been ousting
you have been ousting
they have been ousting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ousting
you will have been ousting
he/she/it will have been ousting
we will have been ousting
you will have been ousting
they will have been ousting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ousting
you had been ousting
he/she/it had been ousting
we had been ousting
you had been ousting
they had been ousting
Conditional
I would oust
you would oust
he/she/it would oust
we would oust
you would oust
they would oust
Past Conditional
I would have ousted
you would have ousted
he/she/it would have ousted
we would have ousted
you would have ousted
they would have ousted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.oust - remove from a position or office; "The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
excommunicate - oust or exclude from a group or membership by decree
remove - remove from a position or an office
depose, force out - force to leave (an office)
2.oust - remove and replace; "The word processor has ousted the typewriter"
supercede, supersede, supervene upon, supplant, replace - take the place or move into the position of; "Smith replaced Miller as CEO after Miller left"; "the computer has supplanted the slide rule"; "Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player in the school"

oust

verb expel, turn out, dismiss, exclude, exile, discharge, throw out, relegate, displace, topple, banish, eject, depose, evict, dislodge, unseat, dispossess, send packing, turf out (informal), disinherit, drum out, show someone the door, give the bum's rush (slang), throw out on your ear (informal) The leaders have been ousted from power by nationalists.

oust

verb
To put out by force:
Informal: chuck.
Slang: boot (out), bounce, kick out.
Idioms: give someone the boot, give someone the heave-ho, send packing, show someone the door, throw out on one's ear.
Translations
يُخْرِج، يَطْرُد
smide ud
heittääpoistaaulos
bola burt
取り上げる取り除く追い払う
išstumti
izstumt

oust

[aʊst] VT (gen) → expulsar, echar; (from house) → desahuciar, desalojar
we ousted them from the positionles hicimos abandonar su posición
to oust sb from a posthacer que algn renuncie a un puesto

oust

[ˈaʊst] vtévincer
to be ousted from sth [+ job, position] → être évincé de qch
He was ousted from his job → Il a été évincé de son poste.

oust

vt (= get, drive out)herausbekommen; governmentabsetzen; politician, colleague etcausbooten (inf), → absägen (inf); heckler, anglicismsentfernen; rivalsausschalten; (= take place of)verdrängen; to oust somebody from office/his positionjdn aus seinem Amt/seiner Stellung entfernen or (by intrigue) → hinausmanövrieren; to oust somebody from powerjdn von der Macht verdrängen

oust

[aʊst] vt to oust sb from sthspodestare qn da qc

oust

(aust) verb
to force out (and take the place of). They ousted him as leader of the party.

oust

v. expulsar, sacar, echar fuera.
References in classic literature ?
Let faith oust fact; let fancy oust memory; I look deep down and do believe.
Instead of keeping close to me and trying to oust me from the slit, the curate had gone back into the scullery.
Even though Ulysses himself were to set upon us while we are feasting in his house, and do his best to oust us, his wife, who wants him back so very badly, would have small cause for rejoicing, and his blood would be upon his own head if he fought against such great odds.