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vacant

adjective /ˈveikənt/
empty or unoccupied
libre
a vacant chair Are there any rooms vacant in this hotel?
showing no thought, intelligence, or interest
vacío
a vacant stare.
vacancy noun ( plural vacancies) an unoccupied post
vacante
We have a vacancy for a typist.
the condition of being vacant; emptiness
vacío
The vacancy of his expression made me doubt if he was listening.
vacantly adverb absent-mindedly; without concentration
vagamente, distraídamente
He stared vacantly out of the window.
(Definition of vacant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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