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  • 21 void — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, deep, great, large ▪ endless, huge, massive ▪ aching …

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  • 22 void — [[t]vɔɪd[/t]] adj. 1) law having no legal force or effect; not legally binding or enforceable 2) useless; ineffectual; vain 3) devoid; destitute (usu. fol. by of): a life void of meaning[/ex] 4) without contents; empty 5) gov without an incumbent …

    From formal English to slang

  • 23 void — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English voyde, from Anglo French, from Vulgar Latin *vocitus, alteration of Latin vocivus, vacivus empty, from vacare to be empty Date: 14th century 1. a. not occupied ; vacant < a void bishopric > b. not inhabited …

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  • 24 void — 1. adjective /vɔɪd/ a) Having lost all legal validity null and void b) That does not return a value. In particular, the roll method is void it has no return value. 2. noun /vɔɪd/ …

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  • 25 void — /vɔɪd/ adjective not legally valid ♦ the contract was declared null and void the contract was said to be no longer valid ■ verb ♦ to void a contract to make a contract invalid …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 26 void — vɔɪd n. emptiness, space, vacuity, opening, gap v. empty; make invalid adj. lacking legal validity, null …

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  • 27 make water — 1. Urinate, void urine. 2. (Naut.) Leak …

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  • 28 void — I. a. 1. Empty, vacant. 2. Free, destitute, clear, without, wanting, devoid, lacking. 3. Unoccupied, unfilled, unsupplied. 4. Null, invalid, nugatory, ineffectual, of no effect, of no binding force. 5. Unsubstantial, vain, unreal, imaginary. II.… …

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  • 29 a|void´er — a|void «uh VOYD», transitive verb. 1. to keep away from; keep out of the way of: »We avoided driving through large cities on our trip. 2. to have nothing to do with: »The shy old man avoided his neighbors. 3. to prevent from occurring: »To avoid… …

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  • 30 a|void — «uh VOYD», transitive verb. 1. to keep away from; keep out of the way of: »We avoided driving through large cities on our trip. 2. to have nothing to do with: »The shy old man avoided his neighbors. 3. to prevent from occurring: »To avoid an… …

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  • 31 Dark Void Zero — Developer(s) Other Ocean Interactive Publisher(s) Capcom …

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  • 32 At the Edge of the Great Void — Graphicnovelbox| englishtitle = At the Edge of the Great Void foreigntitle = Au Bord du Grand Rien publisher = Dargaud date = 2004 series = Valérian and Laureline origlanguage = French origisbn = 2 2050 5373 6 writers = Pierre Christin artists =… …

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  • 33 Dark Void — Developer(s) Airtight Games Publisher(s) Capcom Composer(s) …

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  • 34 Enter the Void — is an upcoming film written and directed by Gaspar Noé, expected to be released in 2009. Synopsis The universal melodrama of a young man who, after the brutal death of his parents, promises that he will protect his little sister no matter what… …

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  • 35 A Void — infobox Book | name = A Void title orig = La Disparition translator = Gilbert Adair image caption = Cover to the English translation of La Disparition author = Georges Perec illustrator = cover artist = country = France language = French series …

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  • 36 null and void — ˌnull and ˈvoid adjective [not before a noun] LAW a contract, agreement etc that is null and void has no effect because it is against the law: • The judge declared this agreement null and void because it contravened an earlier ruling of the… …

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  • 37 render null and void — I verb abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, countermand, deprive of legal force, disown, dissolve, frustrate, invalidate, make useless, make valueless, negate, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, offset, override, overrule, overturn, renege, renounce,… …

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  • 38 annul — an·nul /ə nəl/ vt an·nulled, an·nul·ling 1: to declare (a marriage) to have never validly existed compare divorce 2 a: to make legally void b: to declare to no longer have legal effect Merria …

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  • 39 quash — / kwäsh, kwȯsh/ vt [Anglo French quasser, from Middle French casser quasser, from Late Latin cassare, from Latin cassus void]: to make void: annul (2) quash a subpoena Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 40 vacate — va·cate vb va·cat·ed, va·cat·ing vt 1: to make void: annul set aside vacate a lower court order 2 a: to make vacant b: to give up the occupancy of vi: to vacate an office, post, or tenancy …

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