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  • IPA: /kænsəl̩/

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from Latin cancelli a railing or lattice.

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Infinitive
to Cancel

Third person singular
cancels

Simple past
cancelled (Commonwealth), canceled (American)

Past participle
[[cancelled (Commonwealth), canceled (American)]]

Present participle
cancelling (Commonwealth), canceling (American)

to Cancel (third-person singular simple present cancels, present participle cancelling (Commonwealth), canceling (American), simple past and past participle cancelled (Commonwealth), canceled (American))
  1. (transitive) To cross out something with lines etc.
  2. (transitive) To invalidate or annul something.
    He cancelled his order on their website.
  3. (transitive) To mark something (such as a used postage stamp) so that it can't be reused.
    This machine cancels the letters that have a valid zip code.
  4. (transitive) To offset or equalize something.
    The corrective feedback mechanism cancels out the noise.
  5. (transitive) (mathematics) To remove a common factor from both the numerator and denominator of a fraction, or from both sides of an equation.
  6. (transitive) Patrono:Media To stop production of a programme.

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Singular
Cancel

Plural
Cancels

Cancel (plural Cancels)
  1. (nonstandard) A cancellation.

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de:cancel et:cancel el:cancel es:cancel fa:cancel fr:cancel fy:cancel gl:cancel ko:cancel hr:cancel io:cancel id:cancel it:cancel kn:cancel sw:cancel lo:cancel lt:cancel hu:cancel ml:cancel my:cancel nl:cancel ja:cancel no:cancel pl:cancel simple:cancel fi:cancel sv:cancel ta:cancel te:cancel th:cancel vi:cancel zh:cancel

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