evacuation
[ɪˌvakjʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
evacuations (plural noun)
  1. the action of evacuating a person or a place.
    "there were waves of evacuation during the blitz" ·
    "a full-scale evacuation of the city centre"
    synonyms:
    removal · clearance · shifting · expulsion · eviction · deportation ·
    clearance · emptying · depopulation · abandonment · quitting · vacation · desertion · leaving · forsaking · departure from · withdrawal from · retreat from · pull-out from · disappearance from · exodus from · flight from · unpeopling
  2. the action of emptying the bowels or another bodily organ.
    "patients with a feeling of incomplete evacuation" ·
    "those who required an evacuation of retained products"
    synonyms:
    emptying (out) · voidance · voiding · opening · purging · drainage ·
    (bowel) movement · defecation · urination · vomiting · expulsion · ejection · discharge · excretion · passing · elimination · voidance · voiding · emptying (out) · purging · emptying · draining · egestion
    antonyms:
    • a quantity of matter discharged from the bowels or another bodily organ.
      "the evacuations of cholera victims are almost colourless"
      synonyms:
      bowel movement/motion · stools · excrement · excreta · faeces ·
      bodily waste · droppings · dung · urine · vomit · feculence · egesta
    • technical
      the action of emptying a container of air, water, or other contents.
      "techniques for evacuation of gas combustion fumes"
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How to use evacuation in a sentence?
an evacuation order transposed the school from Kent to Shropshire.
the evacuations of cholera victims are almost colourless.
the evacuation was dogged by chaos and disorganization.
those who required an evacuation of retained products.
the evacuation went off with remarkable smoothness.
techniques for evacuation of gas combustion fumes.
patients with a feeling of incomplete evacuation.
there were waves of evacuation during the blitz.
a full-scale evacuation of the city centre.
he managed the evacuation adroitly.
How to say evacuation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)ontruiming
Arabic (NOUN)الاجلاء, الاخلاء, اجلاء, اخلاء, عمليه الاجلاء, لﻹجﻻء, الجلاء, عمليات الاخلاء
Bangla উদ্বাসন
Bosnian (Latin) Evakuacija
Bulgarian (NOUN)евакуация
Cantonese (Traditional) 疏散
Catalan (NOUN)evacuació
Chinese Simplified 疏散
Chinese Traditional 疏散
Croatian (NOUN)evakuaciju
Czech (NOUN)evakuace, odvádění
Danish (NOUN)evakuering
Dutch (NOUN)evacuatie, ontruiming
Estonian (NOUN)evakueerimine
Fijian nodra vueti
Filipino paglikas
Finnish (NOUN)evakuointi
French (NOUN)évacuation
German (NOUN)Evakuierung, Räumung, Abtransport, Entleerung, Abführung
Greek (NOUN)εκκένωση, διακομιδή, απομάκρυνση
Haitian Creole evakyasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)פינוי, הפינוי, לפינוי
Hindi (NOUN)निकासी
Hmong Daw txojkev tawm
Hungarian (NOUN)evakuálási, kiürítési, kitelepítés, menekülési
Icelandic (NOUN)brottflutningur
Indonesian (NOUN)evakuasi, pengungsian
Italian (NOUN)evacuazione, dell'evacuamento, sgombero
Japanese (NOUN)避難, 疎開, 退避, 真空排気, 排出, 排気
Kiswahili Uhamishaji
Korean (NOUN)피난, 대피, 철수, 배출
Latvian (NOUN)evakuāciju
Lithuanian (NOUN)evakuacijos
Malagasy fitsoahana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)pemindahan
Maltese (NOUN)evakwazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål evakuering
Persian (NOUN)تخلیه
Polish (NOUN)ewakuacji, opróżnianie
Portuguese (NOUN)evacuação
Querétaro Otomi evacuación
Romanian (NOUN)evacuare
Russian (NOUN)эвакуации, опорожнения, вакуумирование
Samoan nofoaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) Евакуација
Serbian (Latin) Evakuacija
Slovak (NOUN)evakuáciu, odsávanie
Slovenian (NOUN)evakuacijo, izpraznitev
Spanish (NOUN)evacuación
Swedish (NOUN)evakuering, utrymning
Tahitian faahoiraa
Tamil வெளியேற்றம்
Telugu తరలింపు
Thai อพยพ
Tongan fetukutuku
Turkish (NOUN)tahliye, boşaltma
Ukrainian (NOUN)евакуації
Urdu انخلاء
Vietnamese (NOUN)di tản, sơ tán
Welsh (NOUN)gwacáu, wacáu, ddianc, dianc, gwagio, wagio
Yucatec Maya áantaj
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