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V
As a numeral, V stands for five, in English and Latin.
n.
The dealfish.
pl.
of Vacancy
n.
The quality or state of being vacant; emptiness; hence, freedom from employment; intermission; leisure; idleness; listlessness.
n.
That which is vacant.
n.
Empty space; vacuity; vacuum.
n.
An open or unoccupied space between bodies or things; an interruption of continuity; chasm; gap; as, a vacancy between buildings; a vacancy between sentences or thoughts.
n.
Unemployed time; interval of leisure; time of intermission; vacation.
n.
A place or post unfilled; an unoccupied office; as, a vacancy in the senate, in a school, etc.
a.
Deprived of contents; not filled; empty; as, a vacant room.
a.
Unengaged with business or care; unemployed; unoccupied; disengaged; free; as, vacant hours.
a.
Not filled or occupied by an incumbent, possessor, or officer; as, a vacant throne; a vacant parish.
a.
Empty of thought; thoughtless; not occupied with study or reflection; as, a vacant mind.
a.
Abandoned; having no heir, possessor, claimant, or occupier; as, a vacant estate.
adv.
In a vacant manner; inanely.
imp. & p. p.
of Vacate
p. pr. & vb. n.
of Vacate
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 commission or a charter; to vacate proceedings in a cause.
v. t.
To defeat; to put an end to.

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