English version

be out on your ear

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe out on your earbe out on your earinformalLEAVE A JOB OR ORGANIZATION to be forced to leave a job, organization etc, especially because you have done something wrong You’d better start working harder, or you’ll be out on your ear. ear
Examples from the Corpus
be out on your earHe, of course, will be out on his ear.Not at all: King went too far and was out on his ear in an overnight boardroom coup in 1968.She was no more secure than she'd ever been - one mistake, and she'd be out on her ear!If you keep taking two-hour lunches, you'll be out on your ear.
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