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
There are four vacancies now, and not all commissioners attended the meeting in Louisville.
There are technically two major vacancies in the city's health department: the top director's post and medical director.
There is also a major vacancy in Seoul, South Korea: There's no confirmed U.S. ambassador, although Adm. Harry Harris, currently the head of the Pacific Command, has been nominated for that post.
And there are 20 vacancies in the state Legislature and a slew of other incumbents facing stiff challenges, some for the first time ever.
There are four vacancies on the seven-member Fed board.
Observers say exacerbating the lack of relevant experience of some of Carson's political appointees are vacancies in other important positions at the agency.
In the House, Republicans have a 119-81 edge over Democrats (there are three vacancies).
When there are vacancies, Roam will list them on Airbnb or other sites.
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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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