Translation: from english

annulled verb

  • 1 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) anular
    annul vb anular
    tr[ə'nʌl]
    1 anular
    annul [ə'nʌl] vt, anulled ; anulling : anular, invalidar
    v.
    abolir v.
    anular v.
    cancelar v.
    derogar v.
    dirimir v.
    revocar v.
    viciar v.
    ə'nʌl
    [ǝ'nʌl]
    VT [+ judgment, contract, marriage] anular; [+ law] revocar, abrogar
    * * *
    [ə'nʌl]

    English-spanish dictionary > annul

  • 2 annul

    - ll- annullieren, für ungültig erklären [Gesetz, Vertrag, Ehe, Testament]; auflösen [Vertrag]
    * * *
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) annullieren
    - academic2.ru/2727/annulment">annulment
    * * *
    an·nul
    <- ll->
    [əˈnʌl]
    vt
    to \annul sth etw annullieren
    to \annul a contract einen Vertrag auflösen
    to \annul a judgement ein Urteil aufheben
    to \annul a marriage eine Ehe annullieren [o für ungültig erklären]
    * * *
    [ə'nʌl]
    vt
    annullieren; law, decree, judgement also aufheben; contract, marriage also auflösen, für ungültig erklären; will also für ungültig erklären
    * * *
    annul [əˈnʌl] v/t
    1. Erinnerung etc löschen
    2. annullieren, Gesetze, eine Ehe etc aufheben, für ungültig oder nichtig erklären, Vorschriften etc abschaffen
    3. neutralisieren, ausgleichen
    * * *
    - ll- annullieren, für ungültig erklären [Gesetz, Vertrag, Ehe, Testament]; auflösen [Vertrag]
    * * *
    v.
    annullieren v.
    aufheben v.
    rückgängig machen (Vertrag) ausdr.
    ungültig machen ausdr.

    English-german dictionary > annul

  • 3 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) erklære ugyldig; ophæve; annullere
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) erklære ugyldig; ophæve; annullere

    English-Danish dictionary > annul

  • 4 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) ógilda

    English-Icelandic dictionary > annul

  • 5 annul

    érvénytelenít
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) érvénytelenít

    English-Hungarian dictionary > annul

  • 6 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) anular
    * * *
    an.nul
    [ən'∧l] vt 1 aniquilar, exterminar. 2 anular, nulificar, invalidar, rescindir, abolir. 3 dissolver.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > annul

  • 7 annul

    v. iptal etmek, feshetmek, bozmak
    * * *
    boz
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) bozmak, feshetmek

    English-Turkish dictionary > annul

  • 8 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) razveljaviti
    * * *
    [ənʌl]
    transitive verb
    uničiti, prečrtati, razveljaviti, ukiniti

    English-Slovenian dictionary > annul

  • 9 annul

    • nollata
    • annuloida
    • purkaa
    law
    • purkaa (tuomio)
    • kieltää
    • mitätöntää
    • mitätöity
    • mitätöidä
    • perua
    • peruuttaa
    • kumota
    • kumota (lakkautuu)
    • lakkauttaa
    • poistaa
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) peruuttaa

    English-Finnish dictionary > annul

  • 10 annul

    [ə'nʌl]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - ll-) annullare [marriage, treaty, vote]; abrogare [ law]
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) annullare
    * * *
    [ə'nʌl]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - ll-) annullare [marriage, treaty, vote]; abrogare [ law]

    English-Italian dictionary > annul

  • 11 annul

    [ə'nʌl]
    vt
    contract unieważniać (unieważnić perf), anulować (anulować perf); law znosić (znieść perf)
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) unieważniać

    English-Polish dictionary > annul

  • 12 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) anulēt; atcelt
    * * *
    anulēt, atcelt

    English-Latvian dictionary > annul

  • 13 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) anuliuoti, panaikinti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > annul

  • 14 annul

    v. annullera, upplösa; tillintetgöra
    * * *
    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) annullera, upplösa

    English-Swedish dictionary > annul

  • 15 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) zrušit
    * * *
    • zrušit
    • anulovat

    English-Czech dictionary > annul

  • 16 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) zrušiť
    * * *
    • zrušit
    • anulovat

    English-Slovak dictionary > annul

  • 17 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) a anula

    English-Romanian dictionary > annul

  • 18 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) ακυρώνω

    English-Greek dictionary > annul

  • 19 annul

    past tense, past participle - annulled; verb
    (to declare (that something is) not valid and cancel (especially a marriage or legal contract).) 宣佈...無效

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > annul

  • 20 abrogated

    отменять; отмененный
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. annulled (verb) annulled; discharged; dissolved; quashed; vacated
    2. voided (verb) abated; abolished; annihilated; cancelled; invalidated; negated; nullified; repealed; rescinded; set aside; undid/undone; vitiated; voided

    English-Russian base dictionary > abrogated

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