“If I get kicked out of here, I might end up homeless, and I’ve been homeless before,” said 78-year-old David Shea who faces eviction after renting a spare room in his apartment through Roomorama.com.
By SUZANNE DALEY
The number of families facing eviction is mounting, and when they can’t move in with relatives, they often take over empty homes.
U.S. Offers a Hand to Those on Eviction’s Edge
By PETER S. GOODMANWithout government aid, economists say many formerly middle-class Americans are at risk of slipping into poverty, even as economic conditions improve.
Chinese people who live in government-sponsored housing in a prosperous southern province may be evicted if caught repeatedly spitting in public, according to a draft plan.
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Thousands of renters in small apartment buildings and single-family homes in the U.S. are facing eviction as the properties they live in end up in foreclosure.
As Owners Feel Mortgage Pain, So Do Renters
By JOHN LELAND In the growing foreclosure crisis, thousands of families who rent their homes face eviction when owners default on their mortgages.
what exists or happens if you do not change it intentionally by performing an action:
Unless something else happens, the default is to meet at the hotel at 7.00 p.m.
The computer will take '0' as the default value, unless you type in something different.
FORMAL In default of (= Because there is not) any better alternative, we will have to proceed with the original plan.
default to sth phrasal verb
If a computer defaults to a way of operating, it automatically uses it, unless you intentionally change it.
━━ n., v. 怠慢; 【法】（債務）不履行（を犯す） ((in, on)); （裁判）欠席（する）; 欠場（する）; 不戦敗で失う; 欠乏; 【コンピュータ】デフォルト, （デフォルト値を）採用する.
be in default （債務）不履行である.
by default 欠席［欠場］によって; 怠慢のために.
in default of …のない時には, …のないために.
judgment by default 欠席裁判.
evict Show phonetics
to force someone to leave somewhere:
Tenants who fall behind in their rent risk being evicted.
He was evicted from the pub for drunken and violent behaviour.
━━ vt. 立ちのかせる, 追立てる.
e・vic・tion ━━ n.
eviction order 立ちのき令.
tr.v., e·vict·ed, e·vict·ing, e·victs.
- To put out (a tenant, for example) by legal process; expel.
- To force out; eject. See synonyms at eject.
- Law. To recover (property, for example) by a superior claim or legal process.
[Middle English evicten, from Latin ēvincere, ēvict-, to vanquish : ē-, ex-, intensive pref.; see ex- + vincere, to defeat.]
eviction e·vic'tion n.
evictor e·vic'tor n.
evict︰動詞，逐出、收回（資產）。例句︰They were evicted from the house for not paying their rent.（他們因沒付房租而被趕出房子。）
eviction Show phonetics
noun [C or U]
After falling behind with his mortgage repayments he now faces eviction from his home.
In this economically depressed area, evictions are common.