verb (used with object), va·cat·ed, va·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), va·cat·ed, va·cat·ing.
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Origin of vacate
OTHER WORDS FROM vacateva·cat·a·ble, adjectivepre·va·cate, verb (used with object), pre·va·cat·ed, pre·va·cat·ing.re·va·cate, verb (used with object), re·va·cat·ed, re·va·cat·ing.un·va·cat·ed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for vacated
A few days later, a studio functionary called to say the offices were to be vacated.|David Freeman|December 13, 2014
The second district is an open seat, vacated by Republican Shelley Moore Capito to run for Senate.|Michael Tomasky|October 10, 2014
Fayyad, of course, rose to the role of prime minister only when the office was vacated by Hamas.|Ali Gharib|April 16, 2013
Appointed by disgraced Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, he served less than two years in the Senate seat Obama vacated.|David Freedlander|February 16, 2013
Here in Tampa, as we vacated365体育投注网站 our seats, we were followed by guests from The New York Times and then The Washington Post.|Lauren Ashburn|August 29, 2012
Soon the crowd of simple guests is seated at table in the large sitting-room, which we have vacated for the occasion.|Various
All the bunks were vacated except two, which contained corpses, apparently.|Henry Lawson
One bamboo chair had already been vacated365体育投注网站 by its occupant; in the other, sat a young English lady.|Milne Rae
Then he left and we vacated the state parlour at once for the kitchen, where my sister and Biddy were sitting.|Kate Dickinson Sweetser
The practice of these islands is that one of the two encomiendas is vacated.|Various
British Dictionary definitions for vacated
verb (mainly tr)
- to cancel or rescind
- to make void or of no effect; annul