- decide or announce that (a planned event) will not take place；annul or revoke (a formal arrangement which is in effect)
- a mark made on a postage stamp to show that it has been used；a new page or section inserted in a book to replace the original text, typically to correct an error
noun: cancel, plural noun: cancels
verb: cancel, 3rd person present: cancels, gerund or present participle: cancelling, past tense: cancelled, past participle: cancelled
- 1. decide or announce that (a planned event) will not take place he was forced to cancel his visit 同義詞
- ▪ annul or revoke (a formal arrangement which is in effect) his visa had been cancelled 同義詞
- ▪ abolish or make void (a financial obligation) I intend to cancel your debt to me
- ▪ mark, pierce, or tear (a ticket or stamp) to show that it has been used or invalidated cancelling stamps on registered mail
- 2. (of a factor or circumstance) neutralize or negate the force or effect of (another) the electric fields may cancel each other out 同義詞
- ▪ delete (an equal factor) from both sides of an equation or from the numerator and denominator of a fraction ‘Divide by 9’ cancels out ‘multiply by 9’
- 1. a mark made on a postage stamp to show that it has been used a stamp franked and with an adhesive cancel
- 2. a new page or section inserted in a book to replace the original text, typically to correct an error a cancel title page
.... to remove an amendment, motion, etc., from consideration (撤回,撤銷) . cancel –verb (used with object) 1. to make void; revoke; annul 取消,廢除;中止...
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