Translation of evacuee in Spanish:

evacuee

evacuado, n.

Pronunciation /ɪˌvakjuːˈiː//ɪˌvækjəˈwi/

noun

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    evacuado masculine
    evacuada feminine
    • All of the good hearts around this country that take in evacuees and who provide as much as they can to those who need it in the wake of a disaster.
    • An effort is under way to protect former evacuees from making ghastly discoveries as they return to their homes.
    • They are evacuees who have taken refuge at the Southern University shelter here.
    • Amid the discomforts of his passage the author reflects on or trawls his past, his sorrows and betrayals, his experience as a wartime evacuee.
    • As the tens of thousands of evacuees start looking for ways to put their lives back together, a lot of questions arise.
    • I am therefore calling again on the Governor and the Government to pay the rent for the evacuees to live in proper accommodation.
    • It is the second upheaval that Mann, herself a wartime evacuee to Canada and then America, concentrates on - and emotional stuff it is, too.
    • A bus full of evacuees from a nursing home in suburban Houston in an enclave in Houston died in a horrible accident.
    • Children are able to take on the roles of evacuees, undertaking a variety of war-time tasks such as darning socks or making rag rugs.
    • The computer program is being set up so homeowners can screen evacuees.
    • Houston, of course, is where thousands of New Orleans evacuees have ended up.
    • Brown is right to emphasise the wartime context of the story, for the four young evacuees discover an occupied country on the other side of the wardrobe.
    • Potentially thousands of students and scholars have become evacuees and refugees.
    • In country areas other women received evacuees and refugees, not always hospitably, into their homes.
    • The bacteria are feared to have migrated to crowded shelters outside the state, where many evacuees are staying.
    • Hundreds of thousands of evacuees and refugees need urgent help to pay for basic necessities.
    • Almost 100 evacuees are still in temporary refuge centres in Whakatane and Opotiki.
    • Federal officials early in the day said that no evacuees would come to Iowa, although the state had offered to accommodate up to 5,000.
    • You can go on a virtual tour of a model house or read correspondence from wartime evacuees.
    • Most of the evacuees have been taken on buses to the various states outside the country.