Expel vs Driveaway - What's the difference?

expel | driveaway |


As a verb expel

is to eject or erupt.

As a noun driveaway is

(australia|vehicle sales) sale price including all dealer fees, and all legally required fees such as registration and insurance.

expel

English

Verb

  • To eject or erupt.
  • (obsolete) To fire (a bullet, arrow etc.).
  • * , II.xi:
  • But to the ground the idle quarrell fell: / Then he another and another did expell .
  • To remove from membership.
  • * {{quote-news, year=2011, date=December 14, author=Angelique Chrisafis
  • , title=Rachida Dati accuses French PM of sexism and elitism, work=Guardian citation , page=, passage=She was Nicolas Sarkozy's pin-up for diversity, the first Muslim woman with north African parents to hold a major French government post. But Rachida Dati has now turned on her own party elite with such ferocity that some have suggested she should be expelled from the president's ruling party.}}
  • To deport.
  • Synonyms

    * (l), (l), (l), (l), turf out

    Antonyms

    * impel

    driveaway

    English

    Noun

  • (Australia, vehicle sales) Sale price including all dealer fees, and all legally required fees such as registration and insurance.
  • (US, Canada) A variation of car rental in which the driver contracts to deliver the vehicle to a specified location.
  • See also

    * driveway