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Translation of "cancel" - English-Spanish dictionary

cancel

verb   /ˈkæn·səl/ ( present participle UK cancelling or US canceling, past tense and past participle UK cancelled or US canceled)
B1 to say that an organized event will not happen suspender, anular The meeting has been cancelled.
(Definition of cancel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cancel

verb /ˈkӕnsəl/ ( past tense, past participle cancelled, British canceled)
to decide or announce that (something already arranged etc) will not be done etc cancelar He cancelled his appointment.
to mark (stamps) with a postmark matasellar He used an electric stamp cancelling machine to cancel the mail.
to stop payment of (a cheque/check, subscription etc) anular Banks usually charge for cancelling a cheque.
cancellation noun
cancelación, anulación A last-minute cancellation meant that the hotel had a room free.
cancel out phrasal verb
to undo the effect of compensar, contrarrestar, anular We don’t want our profits to be cancelled out by extra expenses.
(Definition of cancel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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