Definition of 'evacuate'
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They're starting to evacuate a lot of the population of Moscow. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2004)Malone had discussed with O'Brien at breakfast the possibility of their having to evacuate the Congress. MURDER SONG (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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