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    #1

    "evacuate"

    I want to know which situation I need to add "from" after the verb "evacuate" ?

    "evacuate"
    "evacuate from"

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    #2

    Re: "evacuate"

    Quote Originally Posted by kelvin123 View Post
    I want to know which situation I need to add "from" after the verb "evacuate" ?

    "evacuate"
    "evacuate from"
    You evacuate the building/room.
    You must evacuate the area now.
    You are to evacuate the building.

    We were evacuated from the building.
    All the residents were evacuated from the village before the fire came close.
    We had to be evacuated from the oncoming floodwaters.

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