banish

banish
تَخَلَّصَ مِن \ banish: to put sth. out of one’s mind: She could not banish her grief for her dead child. dispose: (with of) to get free (of sth. unwanted) by selling it, throwing it away or dealing with it in any way: If the box is empty, you can dispose of it. do away with: to put an end to (sth. old and useless): Such customs should be done away with. dump: to throw away (sth. large and unwanted): Where shall I dump this broken chair. get over: to get better from (an illness); not feel any more (shock, surprise, etc.): She can’t get over the shock of her husband’s death. get rid of: free oneself of: How can I get rid of these unwelcome visitors?. stamp out: to put an end to (sth. dangerous or evil): We must stamp out this disease before it spreads. \ See Also طرد (طَرَدَ)، ألغى (أَلْغَى)، قَضَى على

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  • Banish — Ban ish (b[a^]n [i^]sh), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Banished} (b[a^]n [i^]sht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Banishing}.] [OF. banir, F. bannir, LL. bannire, fr. OHG. bannan to summon, fr. ban ban. See {Ban} an edict, and {Finish}, v. t.] 1. To condemn to exile,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • banish — banish, exile, expatriate, ostracize, deport, transport, extradite are comparable when denoting to remove by authority or force from a country, state, or sovereignty. To banish is to compel one, usually by public edict or sentence, to leave a… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • banish — [ban′ish] vt. [ME banischen < extended stem of OFr banir < ML * bannire < Frank * bannjan, to order or prohibit under penalty < ban, akin to BAN1] 1. to exile 2. to send or put away; get rid of [to banish cares, to banish wrinkles]… …   English World dictionary

  • banish — (v.) late 14c., banischen, from banniss , extended stem of O.Fr. banir announce, proclaim; levy; forbid; banish, proclaim an outlaw, from Frankish *bannjan to order or prohibit under penalty, or from V.L. cognate *bannire (see BANDIT (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • banish — I verb abandon, ban, bar, cast out, condemn, deport, dismiss, dispel, disperse, displace, drive out, eliminate, exclude, excommunicate, exile, expatriate, expel, export, extradite, isolate, ostracize, oust, outlaw, prohibit, proscribe, reject,… …   Law dictionary

  • banish — [v] expel from place or situation ban, cast out, deport, discard, discharge, dislodge, dismiss, dispel, drive away, eject, eliminate, eradicate, evict, exclude, excommunicate, exile, expatriate, expulse, extradict, get rid of, isolate, ostracize …   New thesaurus

  • banish — ► VERB 1) make (someone) leave a place, especially as an official punishment. 2) get rid of; drive away. DERIVATIVES banishment noun. ORIGIN Old French banir …   English terms dictionary

  • banish */ — UK [ˈbænɪʃ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms banish : present tense I/you/we/they banish he/she/it banishes present participle banishing past tense banished past participle banished 1) a) to officially order someone to leave a country or region… …   English dictionary

  • banish — ban|ish [ˈbænıʃ] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: banir] 1.) to not allow someone or something to stay in a particular place banish sb/sth from/to sth ▪ I have been banished to a distant corridor. 2.) to send someone away permanently …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • banish — [[t]bæ̱nɪʃ[/t]] banishes, banishing, banished 1) VERB If someone or something is banished from a place or area of activity, they are sent away from it and prevented from entering it. [be V ed from/to n] John was banished from England... [be V ed… …   English dictionary

  • banish — ban|ish [ bænıʃ ] verb transitive * 1. ) to officially order someone to leave a country or region as a punishment: banish from/to: a well known opponent of Stalin who was banished to Siberia a ) OFTEN HUMOROUS to make someone go somewhere else:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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