empty of

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of empty of

: completely without (something)
  • The arena was empty of spectators.
  • The streets are now empty of traffic.

Word by Word Definitions

empty play
  1. : containing nothing

  2. : not occupied or inhabited

  3. : unfrequented

  1. : to make empty : remove the contents of

  2. : deprive, divest

  3. : to discharge (itself) of contents

  1. : something (such as a bottle or can) that is empty


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