Definition of 'invalid'
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Failure to disclose pre-existing conditions could result in a policy being invalid and subsequent claims not being paid. The Sun (2016)It means motorists may be driving without realising their policy is invalid. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The inconsistency and its effects were so profound as to render such guidance invalid. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But at least the pressure is off to appear in person before the ticket is rendered invalid. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His other marriage is invalid anyway. The Sun (2008)Does that make their marriage invalid? Christianity Today (2000)Failure to disclose pre-existing conditions could result in a policy being invalid and subsequent claims not being paid. The Sun (2016)No. Your policy would be invalid. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If you are a really unsafe driver of course you shouldn't drive at all as your insurance policy would be invalid. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)While most insurers will be lenient if the inaccuracies are unintentional, at worst giving false information can make an insurance policy invalid. The Sun (2008)THOUSANDS of runners may have clocked invalid times because dozens of courses are short, it was feared yesterday. The Sun (2016)If your bike isn't legal, your insurance policy is probably invalid. The Sun (2006)Many sloppy councils don't bother to include this extra detail, which renders their tickets invalid. The Sun (2006)His wife 's an invalid now, though she used to ride with him. Burning Bright (2007)
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Translations for 'invalid'
British English: invalid /ˈɪnvəˌlɪd/ NOUN
An invalid is someone who is very ill or disabled and needs to be cared for by someone else.
I hate being called an invalid.
- American English: invalid
- Arabic: مَرِيضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inválido
- Chinese: 病人
- Croatian: invalid
- Czech: invalida
- Danish: invalid
- Dutch: invalide
- European Spanish: inválido
- Finnish: invalidi
- French: malade
- German: Invalide
- Greek: ανάπηρος
- Italian: invalido
- Japanese: 病人
- Korean: 병약자
- Norwegian: invalid
- Polish: inwalida
- European Portuguese: inválido
- Romanian: invalid
- Russian: инвалид
- Spanish: inválido
- Swedish: invalid
- Thai: คนเจ็บ
- Turkish: sakat
- Ukrainian: інвалід
- Vietnamese: người bệnh tật
British English: invalid ADJECTIVE
If an action, procedure, or document is invalid, it cannot be accepted, because it breaks the law or some official rule.
The trial was stopped and the results declared invalid.
Definition of invalid from the Collins English Dictionary
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