Meaning of “empty” - Learner’s Dictionary

empty

adjective us uk /ˈempti/
Extra Examples
empty beer cansempty chairsThe library was empty except for an old man in the corner.The house has been empty for three years.The bottle was half empty.
CONTAINING NOTHING

A2 If something is empty, it does not contain any things or people:

an empty house/street
The train was completely empty when it reached London.
NO MEANING

having no meaning or value:

an empty promise/threat
emptiness noun [ U ]

(Definition of “empty adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)