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Word of the day: Cancel

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.

Synonyms

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.

Examples

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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