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empty /ˈempti/ adjective (comparative emptier, superlative emptiest)

پوچ ، خالی کردن ، تهی شدن ، عمران: خالی ، روانشناسی: پوچ
کامپیوتر: خالی کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- bare, blank, clear, deserted, desolate, hollow, unfurnished, uninhabited, unoccupied, vacant, void
- purposeless, banal, fruitless, futile, hollow, inane, meaningless, senseless, vain, worthless
- insincere, cheap, hollow, idle
- evacuate, clear, drain, exhaust, pour out, unload, vacate, void
Antonyms: full
Contrasted words: complete, replete, filled, occupied, packed, teeming, meaningful, pregnant, significant, authentic, bona fide, genuine, veritable
Related Words: barren, blank, abandoned, deserted, emptied, forsaken, godforsaken, unfilled, unfurnished uninhabited, untenanted, vacated, destitute, devoid, depleted, drained, exhausted, paltry, petty, trifling, trivial, banal, flat, inane, ineffectual, insipid, jejune, vapid, dumb, fatuous, foolish, ignorant, silly, simple
English Thesaurus: available, free, vacant, spare, empty, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. empty1 S2 W2 /ˈempti/ adjective (comparative emptier, superlative emptiest)
[Language: Old English; Origin: æmettig]

1. CONTAINER having nothing inside:
an empty box
an empty bottle
an empty space behind the desk
The fuel tank’s almost empty.

2. PLACE an empty place does not have any people in it:
I hate coming home to an empty house.
The hall was half-empty.
The streets were empty.
The building stood empty for several years.

3. NOT USED not being used by anyone:
I spotted an empty table in the corner.
He put his feet on an empty chair.

4. PERSON/LIFE unhappy because nothing in your life seems interesting or important:
The divorce left him feeling empty and bitter.
Her life felt empty and meaningless.

5. empty of something not containing a particular type of thing, or not having a particular quality:
The beach was almost empty of people.

6. empty words/gestures/promises etc words etc that are not sincere, or have no effect:
His repeated promises to pay them back were just empty words.

7. do something on an empty stomach to do something without having eaten any food first:
I can’t work properly on an empty stomach.

8. empty nest (also empty nest syndrome) a situation in which parents become sad because their children have grown up and moved out of their house

9. empty suit especially American English a politician or manager who does not achieve much or does not have much ability

10. be running on empty to continue doing something even though you no longer have supplies of something you need in order to do it properly:
With the country running on empty, the president has no hope of winning the election.
—emptily adverb

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. empty2 verb (past tense and past participle emptied, present participle emptying, third person singular empties)

1. (also empty out) [transitive] to remove everything that is inside something:
Did you empty the dishwasher?
empty something onto/into something
Elinor emptied the contents of the envelope onto the table.
He emptied out the ashtray.
Ruth emptied her glass (=drank all the liquid left in it) in one gulp.

2. [intransitive] if a place empties, everyone leaves it:
The stores were closing, and the streets began to empty.
empty into something phrasal verb
if a river empties into a larger area of water, it flows into it:
The Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS appear, be, feel, lie, look, seem The box lay empty on the bed.
become, end up The reservoirs could end up empty if this dry weather continues.
remain, stand, stay The council is letting useful housing stand empty.
leave sth The house had been left empty for several weeks.
ADV. completely, quite, totally, utterly There was a vast expanse of utterly empty sky to look at.
almost, nearly, practically, virtually | largely, mostly | half a half-empty box of chocolates
fairly, relatively Some parts of the city are desperately overcrowded while others are relatively empty.
apparently | curiously, horribly The house felt curiously empty without the children.
PREP. of The streets were empty of people.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

I. make sth empty
ADV. completely The cupboards had all been completely emptied.
half | out We emptied out the tank.
PREP. of He emptied the bottle of its contents.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. become empty
ADV. completely | half The hall half emptied as bored businessmen raced for the buffet tables.
out The room gradually emptied out.
PREP. into The castle had a deep moat which emptied into the lake.
of The streets soon emptied of shoppers.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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