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Definition of "vacates" []

  • To cause (something) to be empty, esp by departing from or abandoning it (verb)
  • To give up the tenure, possession, or occupancy of (a place, post, etc); leave or quit (verb)
  • To cancel or rescind (verb)
  • To make void or of no effect; annul (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vacate. (verb)

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Use "vacates" in a sentence
  • "Indian army 'vacates' Kashmir hospitals, schools - 8 hrs ago"
  • "JoePa needs to stick around a little longer - or at least until the NCAA officially "vacates" some of Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden's wins."
  • "Not a lot will change in the way fiscal and monetary policies will be pursued in Washington whether Mr Obama vacates the White House in the aftermath of a Republican presidential victory in November or if he is re-elected."
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