transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 1.1 (leave) [building/village] evacuar*, desalojarMore example sentences1.2 (make people leave) [building/area] evacuar*, desalojar
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- Smoke management systems may also be employed, especially where occupants are unable to evacuate the zone of fire origin, as may happen in a detention facility.
- Authorities are urging about 9,000 people living nearby to evacuate that danger zone.
- Under proposed amendments to the Civil Contingencies Bill, the police will be able to evacuate danger areas should a ‘catastrophic incident’ occur.
More example sentences1.3 [residents/population] evacuar* they were evacuated to the countryside/from the area fueron evacuados al campo/de la zona
- Thousands of people were evacuated, and police snipers placed on the rooftops.
- Cuba battened down for what could be the most powerful hurricane to hit the island in living memory and tens of thousands of people were evacuated from their homes.
- Police evacuated the residents of the 14 flats at St John's Gardens, Lake Road, at around 11.20 pm on Tuesday.
- The 45th Infantry evacuated the immediate area and moved a short distance south.
- By early 1943 it was clear that the Japanese had failed, and they abandoned attempts to retake Henderson Field, evacuating the few troops they had left on the island.
- The troops had to be evacuated, with two Allied destroyers, one British and one French
- 2 [bowels] evacuar*More example sentences
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- Because Daio induces diarrhea, it was increased gradually till the patients evacuated their bowels two or three times a day.
- Terrified and claustrophobic she vomited and evacuated her bowel and bladder.
- The nurse evacuates the patient's urinary bladder via the Crede's maneuver (ie, massaging the bladder by pressing down on the anterior, superior surface of the abdomen).
- Approximately 2.5 L of clotted blood was evacuated from the hematoma.
- A bleeder from the temporal vein was ligated, clot and blood were evacuated, and the neck was redrained.
- At 12 months, the body's natural metabolism evacuates the copolymer from the surrounding tissue by forming carbon dioxide and water, and by 15 months, the copolymer is completely eliminated.
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In Spain, a ración is a serving of food eaten in a bar or cafe, generally with a drink. Friends or relatives meet in a bar or cafe, order a number of raciones, and share them.