vacated 的 2 个定义
- to withdraw from occupancy; surrender possession: We will have to vacate when our lease expires.
- to give up or leave a position, office, etc.
- to leave; go away.
vacated 的近义词 25 个
- give up
- move out
- go away
- move out of
- part with
vacated 的反义词 19 个
- Some of the centers have been confirmed to be vacated, though some overseas Uighurs have said relatives remain detained or missing.
- When Cruz’s lawyers learned of the judge’s illness nearly a year later, they filed papers to have her decision vacated, arguing it was clear she had been impaired.
- More than a dozen officers have been charged and convicted in federal court, and hundreds of criminal cases brought by the officers have been dropped or vacated.
- He won the 78th District seat vacated by Assemblyman Todd Gloria, who was elected mayor.
- After vacating her House seat in Southern California, it flipped back to red in a special election and was up for grabs again last week, when Democrat Christy Smith challenged the Republican incumbent Mike Garcia.
- A few days later, a studio functionary called to say the offices were to be vacated.
- The government lost; a federal judge vacated the rule in 2009.
- The second district is an open seat, vacated by Republican Shelley Moore Capito to run for Senate.
- The soon-vacated site was then overrun by Taliban forces, who had to be driven out roughly a month later by the Afghan army.
- Enter the beautifully vacated house … and inhabit its luxurious interiors.
- That within the hour all your people—to the last scullion—shall have laid down their arms and vacated Condillac.
- Mrs. Towne seated herself in the chair that Dr. Towne had vacated, arranged her dress and folded her hands in her lap.
- If such an individual is elected to either house of the General Assembly, his former office must be vacated.
- Ten bishoprics were to be abolished, and the vacated sees were to be annexed to those preserved.
- A few days afterwards she had vacated the Rectory, and her furniture was packed into vans to be carried away.