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dislodge

verb
     
Related topics: Politics
dis‧lodge [transitive]
1 to force or knock something out of its position:
Ian dislodged a few stones as he climbed up the rock.
2P to make someone leave a place or lose a position of power:
the revolution that failed to dislodge the British in 1919

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