Definition of 'cancel'
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Similar technology is already used to cancel out engine noise. The Sun (2016)Remember that cancelling a direct debt just cancels the payment. The Sun (2016)So be sure before cancelling your pet insurance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In a large group of people, ignorance in one direction cancels out ignorance in another. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She cancelled a show in August due to illness then complained of a mosquito allergy. The Sun (2016)Americans are already cancelling winter trips to Florida over zika fears. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The trip has been cancelled. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Can I legally cancel booked annual leave? Times, Sunday Times (2017)The plan was cancelled when the Cold War ended. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We've had to cancel the trip and can't afford to lose this money. The Sun (2016)The most common reason for cancelling insurance was to cut spending. The Sun (2012)Two of those six have already been cancelled. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That the show was cancelled is still clearly a source of anguish. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It received terrible ratings and was cancelled after just one series. The Sun (2015)They would therefore cancel any plans to add to their already excessively large capital stock. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies (1995)The staff took more than an hour to work out how to cancel the debt. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The warrant was withdrawn when she cancelled her trip. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The couple decided to cancel life insurance when they retired. Times, Sunday Times (2010)School coach parties have already cancelled visits. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He seems convinced that one cancels out the other. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But a number of ministers are thought to have cancelled plans so they could attend. The Sun (2016)Some people may conclude that this is as good as saying that the debt has been cancelled. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Residential property deals are already being cancelled. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Does the one effect entirely cancel out the other? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The great thing about knowing when your favourite show is cancelled is having the time to make your farewells properly. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Had to cancel book signing today. The Sun (2012)Victims of the blunders usually have their buildings and contents insurance cancelled and often struggle to renew cover at a reasonable price. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The firm wants up to 7million in compensation for lost profits on the cancelled shows. The Sun (2015)A really rotten book tends to cancel out the less rotten ones that went before. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)I quickly cancelled the trip and sped there. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'cancel'
British English: cancel /ˈkænsl/ VERB
If you cancel an order or an arrangement, you stop it from happening.
We cancelled the trip.
If you cancel, a fee may be charged.
- American English: cancel
- Arabic: يُلْغِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: cancelar
- Chinese: 取消
- Croatian: otkazati
- Czech: zrušit
- Danish: aflyse
- Dutch: annuleren
- European Spanish: cancelar
- Finnish: peruuttaa
- French: annuler
- German: absagen
- Greek: ακυρώνω
- Italian: annullare
- Japanese: 取り消す
- Korean: ...을 취소하다
- Norwegian: avbryte
- Polish: odwołać
- European Portuguese: cancelar
- Romanian: a anula
- Russian: отменять
- Spanish: cancelar
- Swedish: avboka
- Thai: ยกเลิก
- Turkish: iptal etmek
- Ukrainian: скасовувати
- Vietnamese: hủy bỏ
Definition of cancel from the Collins English Dictionary
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