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- v. Present participle of force out.
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- n. the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
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I was talking about how the Russian mass media were persistently forcing out the word "Tovarisch" (Comrade) from the everyday language, thrusting in the word "Gospodin" (Mister) instead.