vacate

[ vey-keyt or, esp. British, vuh-keyt, vey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vacate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VACATE

They then vacate the houses, and leave them to the ants, who soon stream in.

Even if he did nothing, he would at least stay there, he would not vacate the spot.

With a brief word and gesture he indicated that Elena and Valencia vacate.

Father died in January of that year, and in March I had to vacate the house.

And I purceed to vacate the chair so that this meetin' may now purceed to elect a chairman.

The gun had given notice to the wild life to vacate, until we were gone.

He was still sleeping in it, but the day was near when he must vacate.

I told you a month ago, that if you couldn't pay me my rent, you must vacate the premises.

To compel its commander to surrender, or vacate it by capitulation.

He would have to vacate Holdesbury and his uncle's town-house in a month.

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