- v. 疏散；撤出；排泄
- vt. & vi. 撤离,疏散 withdraw or leave from a place
move out of an unsafe location into safety;
"After the earthquake, residents were evacuated"
"evacuate the bottle"
move people from their homes or country
create a vacuum in (a bulb, flask, reaction vessel)
excrete or discharge from the body
- There's been a bomb threat we need to evacuate.
- Please evacuate the building immediately.
- The first priority shall be to evacuate the bus.
- All people would evacuate the area.
- We grabbed sleeping bags and evacuated.
- They all evacuated when the enemy approached the city.
- Tell them you intend to evacuate the children.
- When the fire drill starts, students will evacuate the building.
- An order has been issued to evacuate the city within a week.
- Fear evacuated their mind of reason.
- They will be evacuated tomorrow night.
- The village was evacuated because of the danger of a flood.
- evacuate from (v.+prep.)
把(某一批人)从(危险的地方)撤离 remove (sb) from (a dangerous place)
evacuate sb from sth
The fireman evacuated the guests from the burning hotel.
All the children were evacuated from London during the war, to avoid the bombing.
- evacuate to (v.+prep.)
把(某一批人)撤到(安全的地方) remove (sb) to (a safe place)
evacuate to sth
They evacuated to safety last week.
They soon evacuate to the country.
他们很快疏散到农村。evacuate sb to sth
I was evacuated to Swindon.
- evacuate highly 高度真空
They also chronicled..a boil evacuated in October of the same year.出自： E. Linklater
- evacuate接介词from,可表示“从…撤出”; 接to〔into〕,可表示“撤至…”。