Definitions for evacuation
ɪˌvæk yuˈeɪ ʃənevac·u·a·tion
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word evacuation.
emptying, voidance, evacuationnoun
the act of removing the contents of something
the act of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly fashion; especially for protection
elimination, evacuation, excretion, excreting, voidingnoun
the bodily process of discharging waste matter
The act of emptying, clearing of the contents, or discharging, including creating a vacuum.
Withdrawal of troops or civils from a town, fortress, etc.
Voidance of any matter by the natural passages of the body or by an artificial opening; defecation; also, a diminution of the fluids of an animal body by cathartics, venesection, or other means.
The act of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly fashion; especially for protection
That which is evacuated or discharged; especially, a discharge by stool or other natural means.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from evacuate.
Consider the vast evacuations of men that England hath had, by assistances lent to foreign kingdoms. Matthew Hale, Orig. of Mank.
Popery hath not been able to re-establish itself in any place, after provision made against it by utter evacuation of all Romish ceremonies. Richard Hooker, b. iv. s. 9.
The usual practice of physick among us, turns in a manner wholly upon evacuation, either by bleeding, vomit, or some purgation. William Temple.
the act of emptying, clearing of the contents, or discharging
withdrawal of troops from a town, fortress, etc
voidance of any matter by the natural passages of the body or by an artificial opening; defecation; also, a diminution of the fluids of an animal body by cathartics, venesection, or other means
that which is evacuated or discharged; especially, a discharge by stool or other natural means
Etymology: [L. evacuatio: cf. F. vacuation.]
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
1. Removal of a patient by any of a variety of transport means (air, ground, rail, or sea) from a theater of military operation, or between health service support capabilities, for the purpose of preventing further illness or injury, providing additional care, or providing disposition of patients from the military health care system. 2. The clearance of personnel, animals, or materiel from a given locality. 3. The controlled process of collecting, classifying, and shipping unserviceable or abandoned materiel, US or foreign, to appropriate reclamation, maintenance, technical intelligence, or disposal facilities. 4. The ordered or authorized departure of noncombatants from a specific area by Department of State, Department of Defense, or appropriate military commander. This refers to the movement from one area to another in the same or different countries. The evacuation is caused by unusual or emergency circumstances and applies equally to command or non-command sponsored family members. See also evacuee; noncombatant evacuation operations.
The numerical value of evacuation in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of evacuation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
An evacuation of the southern part of the jungle will put an end to most of the services migrants enjoy in the camp such as bars, shops, but also schools and churches, places of life.
The occupiers began firing on Azovstal again as soon as the evacuation of some Ukrainians was completed.
The Fukuroi government and the local people are willing to support you, if you follow the evacuation process, we are sure that lives can be saved.
The president encourages people in the path of this dangerous storm to heed the advice and orders of their local and state officials, the president’s highest priority is the safety of the public and of first responders. Those who ignore evacuation orders could be putting both themselves and first responders in danger.
We have focused our support on efforts to evacuate people from Ukraine to neighboring countries, relocation to safer zones within the country when evacuation is impractical, support for refugees, and support for communities and individuals remaining in their homes and communities.
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- evakuace, vyprázdněníCzech
- tyhjentäminen, vetäytyminen, ulostaminen, evakuointi, erittäminenFinnish
- evacuazione, evacuamentoItalian
- испражнение, опорожнение, эвакуацияRussian
- evakuering, utrymningSwedish
- نکالنے کاUrdu
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