Translation of "void" - English-Spanish dictionary

void

noun uk /vɔɪd/ us

a large hole or empty space

vacío
She stood at the edge of the chasm and stared into the void.
Before Einstein, space was regarded as a formless void.

a feeling of unhappiness because someone or something is missing

vacío
They tried to describe their attempts to fill the void left by their son’s death.
adjective uk /vɔɪd/ us

having no legal authority and therefore unacceptable

nulo, inválido
The lawyers declared the contract (null and) void.
→ See also null and void
void of literary

without; lacking in

desprovisto de algo
He’s completely void of charm as far as I can see.
verb uk /vɔɪd/ us

to remove the legal force from something, such as a legal agreement

invalidar, anular

(Translation of “void” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

void

adjective /void/

not valid or binding

nulo
The treaty has been declared void.

(with of) lacking entirely

vacío (de)
a statement void of meaning.

(Translation of “void” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)