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    Hi,

    Is a phrasal not an idiom but:

    Send out - can we use it in the meaning of ' to kick sb out'?

    e.g. The teacher sent the student out of the room for misbehaviour.

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    Default Re: send out

    Quote Originally Posted by ytq_1 View Post
    Hi,

    Is a phrasal not an idiom but:

    Send out - can we use it in the meaning of 'to kick somebody out'?

    e.g. The teacher sent the student out of the room for misbehaviour.
    "The teacher sent the student out of the room for misbehaviour." Yes, you can say this.

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