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evacuee

[ ih-vak-yoo-ee, ih-vak-yoo-ee ]
/ ɪˌvæk yuˈi, ɪˈvæk yuˌi /
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noun
a person who is withdrawn or removed from a place of danger, a disaster area, etc.
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Origin of evacuee

1935–40; <French évacué, past participle of évacuer to evacuate; see -ee
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British Dictionary definitions for evacuee

evacuee
/ (ɪˌvækjʊˈiː) /

noun
a person evacuated from a place of danger, esp in wartime
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