evacuated, past participle; evacuates, 3rd person singular present; evacuating, present participle; evacuated, past tense;
Remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safe place
several families were evacuated from their homes
Leave or cause the occupants to leave (a place of danger)
fire alarms forced staff to evacuate the building
residents have to evacuate because of a hurricane
(of troops) Withdraw from (a place)
the last American troops evacuated the Canal Zone
Remove air, water, or other contents from (a container)
when it springs a leak, evacuate the pond
an evacuated bulb
Empty (the bowels or another bodily organ)
Discharge (feces or other matter) from the body
Deprive (something) of contents, value, or force
he evacuated time and history of significance
move out of an unsafe location into safety; "After the earthquake, residents were evacuated"
empty completely; "evacuate the bottle"
move people from their homes or country
create a vacuum in (a bulb, flask, reaction vessel)
excrete or discharge from the body
(evacuation) emptying: the act of removing the contents of something
Evacuate is the third album released by British punk rock band Chelsea. Originally released in 1982 by Step Forward, it was re-issued in 2008 by Captain Oi!
(Evacuation (Israeli politics)) Israel's unilateral disengagement plan (Hebrew: תוכנית ההתנתקות Tokhnit HaHitnatkut or תוכנית ההינתקות Tokhnit HaHinatkut in the Disengagement Plan Implementation Law), also known as the "Disengagement plan", "Gaza expulsion plan", and "Hitnatkut", was a proposal ...
(Evacuation (Malcolm in the Middle episode)) The following is an episode list for the Fox television sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. The show ran for seven seasons from 2000 to 2006 with 151 episodes produced.
(Evacuation (song)) Binaural is the sixth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on May 16, 2000 through Epic Records. ...
(Evacuation (TV series)) Evacuation is a television series broadcast on CBBC in the UK.
To leave or withdraw from; to quit; to retire from; as, soldiers from a country, city, or fortress; To make empty; to empty out; to remove the contents of, including to create a vacuum; as, to evacuate a vessel or dish; To remove; to eject; to void; to discharge, as the contents of a vessel, or ...
(evacuation) The act of emptying, clearing of the contents, or discharging, including creating a vacuum; Withdrawal of troops or civils from a town, fortress, etc; Voidance of any matter by the natural passages of the body or by an artificial opening; defecation; also, a diminution of the fluids ...
(Evacuation) Removal of personnel from a dangerous area, in particular, a HAZMAT incident, burning building, or other emergency. Also refers to act of removing firefighters from a structure in danger of collapsing. ...
(Evacuation) Organized, phased, and supervised dispersal of people from dangerous or potentially dangerous areas. ...
(Evacuation) the process of leaving an area in anticipation of a dangerous event (like a flood or a tornado)
(Evacuation) Removal of air (gas) and moisture from a refrigeration or air conditioning system.
(EVACUATION) The process of moving any person whom is wounded, injured or ill to and/or between medical treatment facilities. (See Joint Pub 4-02 reference (f).)
(Evacuation) A protective action intended to prevent or reduce exposure to radioactive materials. In an evacuation, you would be instructed to leave your home and go outside of the Emergency Planning Zone to the home of a relative or friend or to a General Population Reception Center. ...
(Evacuation) A protective measure in which individuals must leave their homes quickly, staying away for a limited period of time to avoid or reduce radiation exposure.
(Evacuation) Another word for a bowel movement.
(Evacuation) Refers to the process of pumping air out of the sample chamber of an electron microscope.
(Evacuation) Students/staff sent outside the facility to prevent harm/injury due to a hazard inside the facility.
(Evacuation) The fifth of five Early Warning System components consisting of the plans, personnel, equipment, and facilities needed to move the population at risk to safety. It involves taking protective actions to leave an area of risk until the hazard has passed and the area is safe for return.
(Evacuation) The orderly withdrawal of individuals from a hazardous or threatened area until such time as the area is again deemed safe for use. (DOE. TRADE Glossary and Acronyms of Emergency Management Terms. ORAU 91/K-37. November 1991.)