kick someone off something meaning?

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What is the meaning of "to kick (someone) off (something)" idiom?
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Idiom Scenario 1:


There is a meeting of the local Parent Teacher Association (PTA) committee in progress ...
Speaker 1:  "Have you read the news about one of our members?"
Speaker 2:  "I can't believe it.  One of our members has been caught stealing money!"
Speaker 1:  "I think we have no choice but to kick him off the committee."
Speaker 2:  "Yes.  We cannot have such a person on the PTA."
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Idiom Definition:


"to kick (someone) off (something)"
to force someone to depart from certain situations


Synonyms: ban, banish, blacklist, boot, bounce, debar, depose, discharge, displace, divest, eject, evict, exclude, exile, ex-pulse, fire, force, kick, lose, ostracize, relegate, remove, sack, send, throw, topple, unseat
 
 
This young man has been kicked off the bus ... image
 


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Idiom Scenario 2:


A young man is driving down a street on his way home one evening when he sees a friend walking on the side of the street.  The young man stops the car next to his friend ...
Driving Friend:  "Hey!  What's up?  Why are you walking?"
Walking Friend:  "I had a few drinks at the bar.  Then I was taking the bus home.  I got a little loud and aggressive and the bus driver kicked me off the bus."
Driving Friend:  "Get in.  I'll give you a ride home."
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Idiom Usage:

In the imperative:
Kick him off!
the computer
the couch
the boat
 
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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Kicking a poor player off the team is sometimes necessary .
 
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Idiom Conjugations:

 
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