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Word of the day: Cancel
To make void; revoke:To cancel a ticket.
To decide or announce that a planned event will not take place; call off:To cancel a meeting.
Cancel, delete, erase, obliterate.
Cancel, delete, erase, obliterate indicate that something is no longer to be considered usable or in force. To cancel is to cross something out by stamping a mark over it, drawing lines through it, or the like: to cancel a sentence. To delete is to cross something out from written matter or from matter to be printed, often in accordance with a printer’s or proofreader’s symbol indicating the material is to be omitted: to delete a word from the article. To erase is to remove by scraping or rubbing: to erase a capital letter. To obliterate is to blot out entirely, so as to remove all sign or trace of: to obliterate a record.
The yoga session has been cancelled. I cancelled my train tickets. You must cancel this sentence from the article. She cancelled the hotel booking. Should we cancel our trip next month?
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