Definition of 'evacuate'
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Malone had discussed with O'Brien at breakfast the possibility of their having to evacuate the Congress. MURDER SONG (2004)
Rex and Donald could alert the government leaders down there, evacuate communities, and save lives. MINUTES TO BURN (2004)
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Translations for 'evacuate'
British English: evacuate /ɪˈvækjʊˌeɪt/ VERB
If people are evacuated from a place, they move out of it because it has become dangerous.
18,000 people have been evacuated from the area.
They were planning to evacuate the 70 remaining officials.
- American English: evacuate
- Arabic: يُخْلِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: evacuar
- Chinese: 疏散
- Croatian: evakuirati
- Czech: evakuovat
- Danish: evakuere
- Dutch: evacueren
- European Spanish: evacuar
- Finnish: evakuoida
- French: évacuer
- German: evakuieren
- Greek: εκκενώνω
- Italian: evacuare
- Japanese: 避難させる
- Korean: 피난시키다
- Norwegian: evakuere
- Polish: ewakuować
- European Portuguese: evacuar
- Romanian: a evacua
- Russian: эвакуировать
- Spanish: evacuar
- Swedish: evakuera
- Thai: อพยพ
- Turkish: boşaltmak bina
- Ukrainian: евакуювати
- Vietnamese: sơ tán
Definition of evacuate from the Collins English Dictionary
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