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Eject implies a strong, often abrupt action, not gentle or voluntary. SlideHe ejected the broken parts from the machinery.
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Often used to describe a rapid escape or removal for safety, as in vehicles. SlideThe pilot ejected before the plane crashed.
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The act of ejecting can be sudden and unexpected for the object or person involved. SlideThe explosion ejected debris across the street.