8 thoughts on Evacuate

  1. Doujind   Dabar
    To withdraw or depart from; vacate: The coastal areas were evacuated before the hurricane made landfall.
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  2. Nalmaran   Goltikinos
    a. To withdraw or depart from; vacate: The coastal areas were evacuated before the hurricane made landfall.
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  3. Voodoonris   Vur
    e·vac·u·ate (ĭ-văk′yo͞o-āt′) v. e·vac·u·at·ed, e·vac·u·at·ing, e·vac·u·ates zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo 1. a. To withdraw or depart from; vacate: The coastal areas were evacuated before the hurricane made landfall. b. To withdraw or send away (troops or inhabitants) from a threatened area: The Coast Guard helped evacuate the citizens after the flood. c.
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  4. Kagashicage   Groshakar
    Jun 19,  · How to Evacuate a Building in an Emergency. When an emergency such as a fire, flood, or gas leak breaks out you need to be prepared to evacuate. Whether at school, in the workplace, or in any other public space, it is important to have an.
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  5. Yozshular   Yokinos
    to remove persons from (a city, town, building, area, etc.) for reasons of safety: to evacuate the embassy after a bomb threat.
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  6. Tojagore   Shakataur
    People who live along the coast are being evacuated as the hurricane approaches. During World War II, children were evacuated from London to the country.
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  7. Vudosida   Shar
    to move people from a dangerous place to somewhere safe: The police evacuated the village shortly before the explosion. A thousand people were evacuated from their homes following the floods. When toxic fumes began to drift toward our homes, we were told to evacuate.
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  8. Aragrel   Akinoll
    One traditional definition of evacuate is to empty, and until the late 20th century, evacuate was often used as a polite way of saying empty one’s zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo, for example, if you were to say I have to evacuate immediately, someone might direct you to the zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo while this obsolescent use of evacuate still entertains people who take an interest in English usage, there is nothing wrong.
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