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empty

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈɛm(p)ti], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- containing nothing; not filled or occupied
(e.g: she put down her empty cup)

- (of words or a gesture) lacking meaning or sincerity
(e.g: their promises were empty words)

- having no value or purpose
(e.g: her life felt empty and meaningless)


Phrases:
- be running on empty
- empty vessels make the most noise

Origin:
Old English ǣmtig, ǣmetig ‘at leisure, empty’, from ǣmetta ‘leisure’, perhaps from ā ‘no, not’ + mōt ‘meeting’ (see moot)


[ˈɛm(p)ti], (Verb)

Definitions:
- remove all the contents of (a container)
(e.g: we empty the till at closing time)


Phrases:
- be running on empty
- empty vessels make the most noise

Origin:


[ˈɛm(p)ti], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a bottle or glass left empty of its contents
(e.g: the barman collected the empties)


Phrases:
- be running on empty
- empty vessels make the most noise

Origin:







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