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Definition of "vacating" []

  • 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)
  • Present participle of vacate. (verb)

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Use "vacating" in a sentence
  • "Some of these decisions were unpublished, as the courts did not see themselves as doing anything interesting in vacating the convictions."
  • "Just when the football was finally good enough to make Florida State fans forget about the phrase vacating wins, another Seminoles receiver went out and screwed up, Heather Dinich writes."
  • "If I lose my say around my own generated content, you can bet I won’t think twice in vacating the premises and I’m sure I won’t be the only one."
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