Examples of vacancy in a Sentence
School administrators are trying to fill vacancies before the beginning of the school year.
There were no vacancies at the hotel.
Recent Examples of vacancy from the Web
The city has an office vacancy rate of 7 percent, according to Avison Young, and there is demand for new space.
Shuttered stores once occupied by the company, now in bankruptcy proceedings, helped drive the national retail vacancy rate to 10.2 percent, up two-tenths of a percent from the first quarter and the highest level since 2014.
The average office vacancy rate for the area is about 14 percent, according to Colliers International.
The groundbreaking comes as Houston's office market has reached an overall vacancy rate of 20 percent as tenants have downsized after the oil downturn.
Wochit Detroit Pistons fans waited in limbo, not knowing if president and coach Stan Van Gundy would return next season, while other NBA teams were filling their head coaching vacancies.
This is reportedly the case even in areas where there were significant vacancy rates in commercial real estate.
Walker said the department currently employs 34 psychiatrists and has 6.5 openings, a vacancy rate of about 16 percent.
The office vacancy rate in El Segundo was nearly 20% in 2011, Durinin said, but had fallen to 6.9% by the first quarter of this year.
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VACANCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vacancy for English Language Learners
: a job or position that is available to be taken
: a room in a hotel, motel, etc., that is available for use
VACANCY Defined for Kids
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