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vacant

EN[ˈveɪkənt]
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FR vacant

    Definition of vacant in English Dictionary

  • AdjectiveSUF-ant
    1. Not occupied; empty.
      1. vacant lot
    2. Showing no intelligence or interest.
      1. a vacant stare
  • More Examples
    1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
      • Save for a rusty, seatless swing set, the Brinket-Hibbard Playlot resembles many vacant lots pockmarking Detroit's hardscrabble east side.
      • In a vacant gesture the foreman began making rounds during breakfast, glad-handing the men as they sulked over their porridge and coffee, reminding them of their fortitude and stoutheartedness.
      • Each ruin pub is unique, but they all share certain similarities. The main ingredient is usually an abandoned building, preferably with a vacant lot nearby to hold picnic tables and a few beer taps.
  • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
    1. Adjectives
      • Uncomparable adjectives
    Related Links:
    1. fr vacant
    2. fr vacants
    3. fr vacante
    4. fr vacantes
    5. en vacantly
    Source: Wiktionary
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    Grammatically, this word "vacant" is an adjective, more specifically, an uncomparable adjective.
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