Spanish translation of 'rescind'
Example Sentences Including 'rescind'
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It was a harsh sending-off and we will have a look at the video and try to get the card rescinded.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
On appeal the card will be rescinded, there is no doubt.The Sun (2013)
The red card should be rescinded.The Sun (2013)
The red card was duly rescinded but he admitted: 'This is that bit sweeter because of what happened there.The Sun (2011)
The red cards were rescinded as the misconduct charges were brought.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We only hope that the red card will be rescinded when the referee sees the video.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Luckily for him, the red card was rescinded on appeal.The Sun (2006)
Match tapes are routinely studied after the final whistle to either get red cards rescinded on appeal or charges brought for malicious tackles that the officials miss.The Sun (2008)
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Used Occasionally. rescind is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: rescind VERB
If a government or a group of people in power rescind a law or agreement, they officially withdraw it and state that it is no longer valid.
The governor does not have the authority to rescind the ruling.
Translation of rescind from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary