Translation of vacate in Spanish:


desocupar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈveɪˌkeɪt/ /veɪˈkeɪt/ /vəˈkeɪt/

See Spanish definition of desocupar

transitive verb

  • 1 formal

    (move out of)
    (building) desocupar
    (building) desalojar
    (seat/hotel room) dejar libre
    (job/post) abandonar
    (job/post) dejar
    to vacate the premises desocupar / desalojar el local
    • The churches recently vacated the land to make way for the proposed developments.
    • In previous years they'd vacated the area by the middle of July.
    • I'd like to press on right now, as we have to vacate the room at noon tomorrow.
    • He said many buildings in Dublin due to be vacated will still be occupied by staff who do not want to move.
    • He should vacate the room not later than 12 o'clock noon.
    • As it was quiz night, we decided to vacate our table and eat in the dining room, which like the bar is stuffed with interesting objects and bric-a-brac - all of which is for sale.
    • Hawkers must be given 48-hours notice to vacate their site before any action is taken against them.
    • Some villages appeared to have been recently vacated, their neatly tended walled compounds of round mud huts and peaked thatched roofs empty of people and animals.
    • As tables were vacated they were quickly cleared.
    • I am staying in a flat recently vacated by students and when I arrived it was full of cleaners as the letting agents had just discovered what a mess they'd left it in.
    • The out-patient department is moving into a bigger area, using a former ward recently vacated by another team.
    • We were also asked to vacate our table as soon as we had paid the bill.
    • Most of the U.S. manufacturer's 270-strong workforce have vacated the site, which has now been ‘completely gutted’.
    • I hobble theatrically over to the waiting area, where a women immediately vacates her seat for me.
    • Josie and Peter have only just vacated the room and Josie still had a key.
    • Work will commence as soon as arrangements can be made to vacate the premises.
    • They were required to vacate their offices and return all university property in their possession.
    • In August, all 18 tenants were given 60 days notice to vacate the building.
    • Whenever a tenant vacates a flat, the rent is increased for the next tenant.
    • When the tenants vacated it, there was no interest from prospective tenants.
    • The move followed several months of rumours and speculations on who was going to fill the position vacated by the former executive director.
    • The 47-year-old vacated the same position at Aberdeen last weekend after almost three years in the job.
    • All these things force her to vacate her position until she has been vindicated.
    • Formerly an administrator for the Mid-Atlantic region, McCabe replaces Peter Robinson, who vacated the position in August.
    • He replaces Dr. Milton Friend, who vacated the position in January 2002.
    • She replaces Suzanne Weedman, who vacated the position in September 2002.
    • As talented executives and managers graduate to larger leadership roles, they vacate positions that need to be filled by equally gifted people.
    • They had a mutual understanding that Jackson would have a minimal role in the campaign and would vacate this position shortly after the election.
    • For only the sixth time in the past century, a two-term president will vacate the position.
    • Within this context, it is difficult to summon up sympathy for any of the men who have been asked to vacate their positions.
    • She will vacate the position in May.
    • That figure does not include the cost of filling positions that have been vacated by members of the National Guard.
    • She quits her job and vacates her apartment.
    • She has vacated her office as head of the Presidential Management Staff.
    • Women who had stayed at home took jobs vacated by men serving in the armed forces.
    • Today, the president announced his choice to fill another Cabinet post recently vacated.
    • The Community Beat Officer post recently vacated will also be filled shortly.
    • On Tuesday, he became the sixth head coach to vacate his post.
    • Thirty-two of the posts had been vacated by retirements, promotions and departures, and only eight were new.
    • The Scottish Arts Council has asked the Executive for permission to increase the salary for its recently vacated top post.
  • 2

    (judgment/ruling) anular
    (contract) anular
    (contract) rescindir
    • I confirm that upon payment of the required amount the Board will vacate its charge.
    • If this is acceptable, we will of course vacate the hearing on 5th July.
    • In view of the errors in law so found, the appeal will be allowed and the conviction and sentence will be vacated.
    • A motion is now pending to vacate the certificate of pending litigation.
    • On 4th March 1998 the trial date was vacated at the defence's request.