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English definition of “strike sth out”

strike sth out

phrasal verb with strike
 
 
/straɪk/ verb (struck, struck)
LAW if a court of law strikes something out, it says that it is not legal: be struck out The EU directive is expected to be struck out by the court on technical grounds.
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