Definition of invacuation in English:

invacuation

noun

See invacuate

  • ‘It is essential for the artist to be shown emergency evacuation and invacuation procedures on their first day.’
  • ‘If there is enough really safe space within the building, invacuation can be regarded as an available option.’
  • ‘With the latest emergency response plans recommending invacuation rather than outward evacuation in some circumstances, the robustness of a building is a cornerstone of this strategy.’
  • ‘We had a lock-down invacuation at my school, once, because a murderer was on the loose.’
  • ‘Dr Wyatt also talked of the need for ‘invacuation’ procedures to be established.’

Pronunciation

invacuation

/inˌvakyo͞oˈāSHən/