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evacuation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of evacuating or even the condition to be evacuated.
    • Physiology Discharge of spend from excretory passages of the human body, especially from the bowels.
    • Physiology the materials so discharged.
    • The act of emptying, clearing of items, or discharging, including producing vacuum pressure.
    • detachment of soldiers or civils from a town, fortress, etc.
    • Voidance of any matter because of the all-natural passages for the human anatomy or by an artificial opening; defecation; in addition, a diminution associated with the liquids of an animal human body by cathartics, venesection, or any other means.
    • The work of evacuating; leaving a location in an orderly style; specifically for defense
    • whatever is evacuated or discharged; specially, a discharge by feces or any other normal means.
    • Abolition; nullification.
    • The act of draining, clearing for the items, or discharging.
    • Withdrawal of soldiers from a town, fortress, etc.
    • Voidance of every matter by the natural passages regarding the human anatomy or by an artificial opening; defecation; additionally, a diminution associated with liquids of an animal human body by cathartics, venesection, or any other means.
    • what is evacuated or released; particularly, a discharge by feces or any other normal means.
    • Abolition; nullification.
    • The work of evacuating or tiring; the work of draining or clearing of items; clearance by reduction or detachment, since an army or garrison: as, the evacuation of the bowels; the evacuation of a theater, or of a besieged city.
    • A diminution for the fluids of an animal human anatomy by cathartics, venesection, or any other means; depletion.
    • Abolition.
    • whatever is evacuated or discharged; particularly, a discharge by feces or any other natural means: as, dark-colored evacuations.
    • the actual means of discharging waste material
    • the work of getting rid of the articles of something
    • the act of evacuating; leaving a location in an orderly style; specifically for defense
    • The act of evacuating and/or condition of being evacuated.
    • Physiology Discharge of waste materials through the excretory passages associated with body, especially through the bowels.
    • Physiology The material so discharged.
    • The act of draining, clearing associated with articles, or discharging, including generating a vacuum.
    • detachment of soldiers or civils from a town, fortress, etc.
    • Voidance of every matter because of the natural passages of the human body or by an artificial orifice; defecation; also, a diminution of liquids of an animal human body by cathartics, venesection, or any other means.
    • The act of evacuating; leaving a spot in an orderly style; particularly for protection
    • That which is evacuated or released; especially, a discharge by stool or any other natural means.
    • Abolition; nullification.
    • The work of draining, clearing of articles, or discharging.
    • Withdrawal of soldiers from a town, fortress, etc.
    • Voidance of every matter because of the normal passages associated with the body or by an artificial orifice; defecation; in addition, a diminution of liquids of an animal human body by cathartics, venesection, or other means.
    • what is evacuated or released; specially, a discharge by feces or any other normal means.
    • Abolition; nullification.
    • The act of evacuating or exhausting; the work of emptying or clearing of items; clearance by removal or detachment, since an army or garrison: as, the evacuation associated with bowels; the evacuation of a theater, or of a besieged city.
    • A diminution regarding the fluids of an animal body by cathartics, venesection, or any other means; depletion.
    • Abolition.
    • whatever is evacuated or released; specifically, a discharge by feces or other all-natural means: as, dark-colored evacuations.
    • the actual process of discharging waste matter
    • the work of removing the items of anything
    • the work of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly style; specifically for security
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