Focus on the pronunciation of cancel
English definition of “cancel”
/ˈkæn·səl/ v [I/T] (-l-, -ll-)
› to decide that something arranged in advance will not happen, or to state that you do not wish to receive something: [I] We were supposed to meet for dinner but Elise had to cancel at the last minute. › If a stamp or check is canceled, it is marked to show it has been used: [T] He collects canceled stamps. cancellation
/ˌkæn·səˈleɪ·ʃən/ n [C/U] › [C] All the tickets were sold, so we waited to see if there were any cancellations.