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  • He died later in the day while being evacuated from the field in a coach.
  • If there was, they would evacuate the building and call the fire department.
  • Most were given six weeks to evacuate, although several had as little as two weeks.
  • During the last days of the war, over two million of them were evacuated by sea.
  • On-air staff and station staff were asked to evacuate and clear the station immediately.
  • All of the population of the town was evacuated for the first time.
  • Government authorities drew plans for evacuating the city, but many people left on their own.
  • Their role was to store supply and evacuate people in case of danger.
  • There were plans for evacuating the city, and many people left the city.
  • The next day, the entire population is ordered to evacuated the city.
  • The board are forced to evacuate before the Spirit can complete reading the contract.
  • This will allow extra time to evacuate the building or to put out the fire if possible.
  • However, on the date set to evacuate the troops, the ships did not show.
  • The first car was evacuated and several passengers were immediately taken to a hospital.
  • Then he orders the majority of his crew to evacuate in the life boats.
  • Some of our corps were evacuating women and children the other day. Cited from My War Experiences in Two Continents, by Sarah Macnaughtan
  • The next day, she helped evacuate the Union troops and returned north.
  • He took command of Company L after his company commander was wounded and evacuated.
  • In the United States a person cannot be forced to evacuate under most conditions.
  • The remaining people were treated on site before being evacuated via the service tunnel.
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Words starting with evacuate

Meaning of evacuate

  • verb Move out of an unsafe location into safety
    After the earthquake, residents were evacuated
  • verb Empty completely
    evacuate the bottle
  • verb Move people from their homes or country
  • verb Create a vacuum in (a bulb, flask, reaction vessel)
  • verb Excrete or discharge from the body