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evacuate (verb), evacuates; evacuated; evacuating
1. To leave empty; to vacate.
2. To remove (persons or things) from a place, as a dangerous place or disaster area, for reasons of safety or protection: "They had to evacuate the inhabitants of towns in the path of a flood."
3. To remove people from (a city, town, building, area, etc.) for reasons of safety: "The embassy was evacuated because of the bomb threat."
4. To remove (troops, wounded soldiers, civilians, etc.) from a war zone, combat area, etc.
5. To withdraw from or quit (a town, fort, etc., that has been occupied).
6. To discharge or eject as through the excretory passages; especially, from the bowels.
7. To void; to defecate.
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Emptied or removed the contents of.

Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit filled a hollow bulb with mercury and allowed it to expand, when heated, up a very fine enclosed and evacuated tube.

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