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Meaning of “vacant” - Learner’s Dictionary

vacant

adjective     /ˈveɪkənt/
EMPTY
B2 Somewhere that is vacant is available because it is not being used: a vacant buildingEmpty
JOB
B2 A vacant job is available for someone to do.Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobsAvailable and accessiblePresent
EXPRESSION
A vacant expression on someone's face shows they are not thinking about anything.Not showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotionsBore and bored
vacantly adverb
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