Definition Of eject

verb

force or throw (something) out, typically in a violent or sudden way.

many types of rock are ejected from volcanoes as solid, fragmentary material

Example Of eject

  • After a few outings the firearm began to fail to eject the spent casing from the chamber.

  • An electron would be ejected because one of these quanta had collided with it and given up all its energy.

  • And there are reports that indicate that the Chinese pilot was able to eject , but we have seen no trace of him so far.

  • As an Anglican with strong royalist sympathies, he was ejected from the living in 1647 but was restored in 1662.

  • As long as the frequency of the light is greater than the work function of the metal, any photon can eject an electron.


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