or cast out of
a place, c. gen., Il.
, etc.; or absol. to throw out, throw overboard
: also, like Lat. ejicere, to throw ashore
; but, ἐκβ. ἐς τὸ πέλαγος carry out
to sea, id=Hdt.
:—Mid. to put ashore
2.to cast out of a place, banish, id=Hdt., etc.
3.to expose on a desert island, Soph.; to expose a dead body, id=Soph.
4.to divorce a wife, Dem.
5.to cast out of his seat, depose a king, Aesch., etc.
2.to strike open, break in
, πύλας Eur.
IV.to throw away, reject
, etc.:— to reject
a candidate for office, Dem.
; to drive
an actor from the stage
, Lat. explodere
V.to lose, properly by one's own fault, Soph., etc.
, of women, Plut.
; so, of wheat, ἐκβ. στάχυν Eur.
intr. (sub. ἑαυτόν
) to go out, depart
; of a river, to empty, discharge itself