vacate

[v] - leave voluntarily 2. [v] - leave behind empty
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Vacate

• (v. t.) To defeat; to put an end to. • (v. t.) To make vacant; to leave empty; to cease from filling or occupying; as, it was resolved by Parliament that James had vacated the throne of England; the tenant vacated the house. • (v. t.) To annul; to make void; to deprive of force; to make of no authority or validity; as, to vacate a ...
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vacate

vacate, vacating, vacated 1. To give up possession or occupancy of; such as, to vacate an apartment. 2. To give up or relinquish (an office, position, etc.). 3. To render inoperative; deprive of validity; to void; to annul: to vacate a legal judgment. 4. To cause to be empty or unoccupied; make vacant: to vacate one's mind of worries. 5. To withdra...
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Vacate

To annul, to render an act void; as to vacate an entry which has been made on a record when the court has been imposed upon by fraud, or taken by surprise.
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Vacate

(v). Vacate is the term used when a judge set aside a request , plea, filing of a case or judgment or order of a lower authority, when he finds them as improper and non-sustaining as per the merits of the case
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vacate

v. 1) for a judge to set aside or annul an order or judgment which he/she finds was improper. 2) to move out of real estate and cease occupancy.
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vacate

to set aside a previous action
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vacate

To nullify, render void.
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Vacate

To set aside, as a judgment.
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Vacate

1) For a judge to set aside or nullify an order or judgment that he or she finds was improper. 2) To move out of real estate and cease occupancy.
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vacate

leave behind empty; move out of
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