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nullify

Definition of nullify

Etymology

    null + -ify

Pronunciation

Verb

to nullify (third-person singular simple present nullifies, present participle nullifying, simple past and past participle nullified)

  1. (transitive, law) to make legally invalid.

    The contract has been nullified.

  2. to prevent from happening

Synonyms

  • (to make legally invalid): terminated

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