evacuar

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From Latin ēvacuō.

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evacuar (first-person singular present evacuo, past participle evacuat)

  1. to evacuate

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin ēvacuō, from vacō (I am empty), from Proto-Indo-European *ewə- (to lack; empty).

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evacuar (first-person singular present indicative evacuo, past participle evacuado)

  1. to evacuate (to make empty)
    Synonyms: esvaziar, despejar, esgotar, esvazar, vaziar
  2. to evacuate; to withdraw
    Synonym: desocupar
  3. to defecate
    Synonyms: defecar, (vulgar) cagar

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin ēvacuō.

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evacuar (first-person singular present evacuo or evacúo, first-person singular preterite evacué, past participle evacuado)

  1. to evacuate

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This verb has two possible conjugations.

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