One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the experiment has to be conducted in a vacuum’
empty space, emptiness, void, nothingness, vacuity, vacancy
rare voidness, nihility
2‘his exit would leave a power vacuum’
gap, space, absence, lack, deficiency, blank, lacuna
3‘if you just clear your bits off the floor I can get round with the vacuum’
British informal vac
1‘the carpets must be vacuumed’
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