Examples of vacate in a Sentence
She refused to vacate her post even under increased pressure.
The election will fill the congressional seat vacated by the retiring senator.
The police told everyone to vacate the premises.
Students must vacate their rooms at the end of the semester.
The court vacated the conviction.
Recent Examples of vacate from the Web
Guendouzi, who is earmarked as a future prospect more than an immediate regular, will wear the number 29 shirt recently vacated when Granit Xhaka switched to his favoured 34.
Also Monday, the council postponed voting to approve the appointment of Claudine Fox, who was nominated by the Working Families Party to fill the seat vacated by former councilwoman Cynthia Jennings.
Former Baltimore City Delegate Jill Carter has been appointed to the Senate to fill the seat recently vacated by former Sen. Nathaniel Oaks, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday.
Kowalske plans to open Component Brewing on Milwaukee's south side in mid-June with his cousins, Steve and D.J. Kowalske, at 2018 S. 1st St., in the Lincoln Warehouse brewery and taproom recently vacated by Eagle Park Brewing.
The recently vacated Macy's at The Mall at Tuttle Crossing in Columbus will soon be home to Scene75 Entertainment Center, according to 10TV.
Sardiñas was added to an empty spot on the 40-man roster and takes the 25-man roster spot vacated by David Hess on Monday.
The temporary location on Chagrin Boulevard between Warrensville Center Road and Farnsleigh Road is spacious as the store expands into the adjoining space recently vacated by Evie Lou's east side pop-up shop.
Unlike Jones's recently vacated post at Vuitton, or the top job at Burberry (before Riccardo Tisci was announced as that brand's new creator-in-charge), the Dior Homme gig wasn't publicly known to be available.
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Origin and Etymology of vacate
VACATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vacate for English Language Learners
: to leave (a job or position)
: to leave (a seat, hotel room, etc.)
law : to say officially that (a legal judgment) is no longer valid
VACATE Defined for Kids
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