Verb(1) move out of an unsafe location into safety(2) empty completely(3) move people from their homes or country(4) create a vacuum in (a bulb, flask, reaction vessel(5) excrete or discharge from the body
(1) Smoke management systems may also be employed, especially where occupants are unable to evacuate the zone of fire origin, as may happen in a detention facility.(2) when it springs a leak, evacuate the pond(3) When a Gastrografin enema is unsuccessful, laparotomy is indicated to evacuate the obstructing meconium by enterotomy irrigation.(4) nearly five million had to evacuate because of air terror(5) The local officials understood the danger and made an informed decision to evacuate the city.(6) Meanwhile, the agency has acted to reassure Goole residents that the defences are not in immediate danger of collapse, and there is no need to evacuate the town at the next high tide.(7) Under proposed amendments to the Civil Contingencies Bill, the police will be able to evacuate danger areas should a ├ö├ç├┐catastrophic incident├ö├ç├û occur.(8) Things are bigger in Texas: A larger than average bird decided to evacuate its bowels above me today, deep in the heart of Texas.(9) If you are asking if anyone here has ever had to evacuate their bladder during a journey, then I would say yes, I have.(10) Views are obtained with the patient at rest, squeezing to defer a bowel movement, and straining to evacuate the rectum.(11) Black pepper and lemon can help the body evacuate extra fat without even slightly harming the skin or tissue.(12) No radiation escaped the plant and there was no need to evacuate the area around the city of Mihama, about 200 miles west of Tokyo.(13) An estimated almost 2 million people left the Houston area under orders to evacuate their city and the surrounding suburbs.(14) the bowel functions to evacuate solid waste products(15) Meanwhile, in the town of Leeds, police erect barricades and evacuate residents in a search for more clues.(16) fire alarms forced staff to evacuate the building
(1) evacuate :: 避難
1. remove ::
2. leave ::
3. clear ::
5. expel ::
6. void ::
1. fill ::
2. load ::
Different Formsevacuate, evacuated, evacuates, evacuating
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