anular


anular
adj.
1 ring-shaped.
dedo anular ring finger
2 annular, ring-shaped.
Ricardo compró un artefacto anular Richard bought a ring-shaped artifact.
m.
1 ring finger (dedo).
Elsa se quebró el anular Elsa fractured her ring finger.
2 annular, annular ligament.
v.
1 to annul, to leave without effect, to abolish, to invalidate.
El juez anuló la decisión The judge annulled the decision.
2 to belittle, to annul, to underrate.
Dorotea anula a su hijo Dorothy belittles her son.
3 to chalk off.
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anular
adjetivo
1 ring-shaped
nombre masculino
1 ring finger
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anular
verbo transitivo
1 (matrimonio) to annul; (una ley) to repeal; (una sentencia) to quash
2 (un pedido, viaje) to cancel; (un contrato) to invalidate, cancel
3 DEPORTE (un gol) to disallow
4 figurado (desautorizar) to deprive of authority
verbo pronominal anularse
1 to lose one's authority
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verb
1) to cancel, annul, rescind
2) declare null and void
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1. VT
1) [+ contrato] to cancel, rescind; [+ ley] to repeal; [+ decisión] to override; [+ matrimonio] to annul
2) [+ elecciones, resultado] to declare null and void; [+ gol, tanto] to disallow

han anulado la votación por irregularidad — they have declared the vote null and void because of irregularities

3) [+ cita, viaje, evento] to cancel

anularon el partido por causa de la lluvia — they cancelled the match because of the rain

4) [+ cheque] to cancel
5) [+ efecto] to cancel out, destroy
6) (Mat) to cancel out
7) [+ persona] to overshadow

su potente carácter anula a sus amigos — her strong personality overshadows her friends

8) frm (=incapacitar) to deprive of authority, remove from office
2.
See:
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I
adjetivo <forma> ring-shaped
II 1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <contrato/viaje> to cancel; <matrimonio> to annul; <fallo/sentencia> to quash, overturn; <resultado> to declare ... null and void; <tanto/gol> to disallow
b) <cheque> (destruir) to cancel; (dar orden de no pagar) to stop
2) <persona> to destroy
2.
anularse v pron (recípr)

las dos fuerzas se anulan — the two forces cancel each other out

III
masculino ring finger
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= negate, nullify, override, overtake, overturn, render + valueless, render + wrong, repeal, rule out, short-circuit [shortcircuit], stultify, dope, gainsay, eviscerate, wipe out, obliterate, preempt [pre-empt], revoke, undo, waive, quash, block off, write off, blot out, overrule, void.
Ex. Thus excessive delays in the availability of cataloguing records from the central agency will negate much of the value of a central service.
Ex. To adopt terms or names in various languages, which are probably unfamiliar in a certain other language, would be to nullify the usefulness of that catalog to all of these users in the interest of cooperation.
Ex. On the final screen in the sequence, the default values for today's closing time and tomorrow's opening time may be overridden.
Ex. Why have card-based systems been overtaken by computer databases?.
Ex. However, any refinement involves greater human intervention, and this in turn can easily overturn the arguments in favour of subject indexes based upon titles.
Ex. The immense cultural differences facing the professions tends to render comparisons valueless.
Ex. Further, changes in the external world serve to render judgments, valid at the moment, wrong at best, and detrimental to the effectiveness of the catalog at worst.
Ex. I was one of the cosigners of a resolution which tried to have the ISBD repealed.
Ex. If, however, we index documents about primary schools under the term primary school, we can immediately rule out a lot of irrelevant documents in our search.
Ex. There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
Ex. Excessive standardisation also tends to stultify development and improvement of IT products.
Ex. A photolithographic process selectively dopes minute areas of the silicon and so builds up circuits.
Ex. We could even agree that no one in our experience is terribly interested in knowing about all of the works of an author, and this would not gainsay the value of consistent author entry.
Ex. Also, to become emotionally wedded to a particular view is to eviscerate one's effectiveness in achieving a workable solution.
Ex. Strong economic forces, inflation and an over-strong pound wiped out any noticeable benefits of EEC membership to industry.
Ex. Typing errors cannot be obliterated with a normal erasing fluid as this would print and appear as a blotch on the copies.
Ex. This article concludes that the main value of the indicators is as a management tool, as a means of preempting problems.
Ex. I would think that we would still charge for lost and damaged books and that we would revoke borrowing privileges of chronic offenders, or whatever we decide to call them.
Ex. The National Library of Estonia, established in 1918, is undergoing a revolutionary period of undoing the effects of the cultural policies of the communist regime.
Ex. When only partial success in contracted terms is achieved, the repayment due may be reduced or waived.
Ex. The author brazenly insists that Woodman's family has compromised the documentation of the photographer's life by effectively quashing most of her work.
Ex. A globalizing world so devoted to 'diversity,' as the present one is, can ill afford to block off one particular communication channel in favor of any other.
Ex. They express concern over Povinelli's certainty in writing off that multicultural project, however.
Ex. Las Vegas was once notorious for loose morals, fast living and financial transactions murky enough to blot out the desert sun.
Ex. President Eisenhower overruled some of his military commanders in summer 1958, ordering them not to use nuclear weapons against China.
Ex. However, in the case when the user's input fails, we would like to void the reserved funds.
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* anular las posibilidades = close off + possibilities.
* anular la validez de un concepto = sterilise + idea.
* anular una posibilidad = block off + alley.
* * *
I
adjetivo <forma> ring-shaped
II 1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <contrato/viaje> to cancel; <matrimonio> to annul; <fallo/sentencia> to quash, overturn; <resultado> to declare ... null and void; <tanto/gol> to disallow
b) <cheque> (destruir) to cancel; (dar orden de no pagar) to stop
2) <persona> to destroy
2.
anularse v pron (recípr)

las dos fuerzas se anulan — the two forces cancel each other out

III
masculino ring finger
* * *
= negate, nullify, override, overtake, overturn, render + valueless, render + wrong, repeal, rule out, short-circuit [shortcircuit], stultify, dope, gainsay, eviscerate, wipe out, obliterate, preempt [pre-empt], revoke, undo, waive, quash, block off, write off, blot out, overrule, void.

Ex: Thus excessive delays in the availability of cataloguing records from the central agency will negate much of the value of a central service.

Ex: To adopt terms or names in various languages, which are probably unfamiliar in a certain other language, would be to nullify the usefulness of that catalog to all of these users in the interest of cooperation.
Ex: On the final screen in the sequence, the default values for today's closing time and tomorrow's opening time may be overridden.
Ex: Why have card-based systems been overtaken by computer databases?.
Ex: However, any refinement involves greater human intervention, and this in turn can easily overturn the arguments in favour of subject indexes based upon titles.
Ex: The immense cultural differences facing the professions tends to render comparisons valueless.
Ex: Further, changes in the external world serve to render judgments, valid at the moment, wrong at best, and detrimental to the effectiveness of the catalog at worst.
Ex: I was one of the cosigners of a resolution which tried to have the ISBD repealed.
Ex: If, however, we index documents about primary schools under the term primary school, we can immediately rule out a lot of irrelevant documents in our search.
Ex: There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
Ex: Excessive standardisation also tends to stultify development and improvement of IT products.
Ex: A photolithographic process selectively dopes minute areas of the silicon and so builds up circuits.
Ex: We could even agree that no one in our experience is terribly interested in knowing about all of the works of an author, and this would not gainsay the value of consistent author entry.
Ex: Also, to become emotionally wedded to a particular view is to eviscerate one's effectiveness in achieving a workable solution.
Ex: Strong economic forces, inflation and an over-strong pound wiped out any noticeable benefits of EEC membership to industry.
Ex: Typing errors cannot be obliterated with a normal erasing fluid as this would print and appear as a blotch on the copies.
Ex: This article concludes that the main value of the indicators is as a management tool, as a means of preempting problems.
Ex: I would think that we would still charge for lost and damaged books and that we would revoke borrowing privileges of chronic offenders, or whatever we decide to call them.
Ex: The National Library of Estonia, established in 1918, is undergoing a revolutionary period of undoing the effects of the cultural policies of the communist regime.
Ex: When only partial success in contracted terms is achieved, the repayment due may be reduced or waived.
Ex: The author brazenly insists that Woodman's family has compromised the documentation of the photographer's life by effectively quashing most of her work.
Ex: A globalizing world so devoted to 'diversity,' as the present one is, can ill afford to block off one particular communication channel in favor of any other.
Ex: They express concern over Povinelli's certainty in writing off that multicultural project, however.
Ex: Las Vegas was once notorious for loose morals, fast living and financial transactions murky enough to blot out the desert sun.
Ex: President Eisenhower overruled some of his military commanders in summer 1958, ordering them not to use nuclear weapons against China.
Ex: However, in the case when the user's input fails, we would like to void the reserved funds.
* anular las posibilidades = close off + possibilities.
* anular la validez de un concepto = sterilise + idea.
* anular una posibilidad = block off + alley.

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anular1
adjective
‹forma› ring-shaped dedo
anular2 [A1 ]
vt
A
1 ‹contrato› to cancel, rescind; ‹matrimonio› to annul; ‹fallo/sentencia› to quash, overturn; ‹resultado› to declare … null and void; ‹tanto/gol› to disallow
2 ‹cheque› (destruir) to cancel; (dar orden de no pagar) to stop
3 ‹viaje/compromiso› to cancel
B ‹persona› to destroy
anularse
v pron
(recípr):
las dos fuerzas se anulan the two forces cancel each other out
anular3
masculine
[Vocabulary notes (Spanish) ]
ring finger
* * *

 

anular verbo transitivo
a)contrato/viajeto cancel;

matrimonioto annul;
fallo/sentenciato quash, overturn;
resultadoto declare … null and void;
tanto/golto disallow
b)cheque› (destruir) to cancel;

(dar orden de no pagar) to stop
■ sustantivo masculino
finger ring
anular 1 sustantivo masculino ring finger
anular 2 verbo transitivo
1 Com (un pedido) to cancel
Dep (un gol) to disallow
(un matrimonio) to annul
Jur (una ley) to repeal
2 Inform to delete
3 (desautorizar, ignorar a una persona) to destroy
'anular' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
dedo
English:
annul
- cancel out
- disallow
- invalidate
- negate
- nullify
- off
- override
- quash
- rescind
- ring finger
- scrub
- cancel
- finger
- over
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anular1
adj
[en forma de anillo] ring-shaped;
dedo anular ring finger
nm
[dedo] ring finger
anular2
vt
1. [cancelar] to cancel;
[ley] to repeal; [matrimonio, contrato] to annul
2. Dep [partido] to call off;
[gol] to disallow; [resultado] to declare void
3. [restar iniciativa]
su marido la anula totalmente she's totally dominated by her husband;
el defensa anuló a la estrella del equipo contrario the defender marked the opposing team's star out of the game
See also the pronominal verb anularse
* * *
anular
1 v/t cancel; matrimonio annul; gol disallow; ley repeal
anular
2 adj ring-shaped;
dedo anular ring finger
* * *
anular vt
: to annul, to cancel
* * *
anular vb
1. (cita, viaje, etc) to cancel [pt. & pp. cancelled]
tuvimos que anular el vuelo we had to cancel the flight
2. (matrimonio) to annul [pt. & pp. annulled]
quiere anular el matrimonio she wants to annul the marriage
3. (gol, tanto) to disallow
el árbitro ha anulado el gol the referee has disallowed the goal

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