Void Meaning and Definition


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Void meaning

Word: Void

How to pronounce: vɔɪd

Adjective

Definitions:

1. Not valid or legally binding.

Example sentences: "The contract was void"

2. Completely empty.

Example sentences: "Void spaces surround the tanks"

3. (in bridge and whist) having been dealt no cards in a particular suit.

Example sentences: "There is a danger that one of the opponents will be void in that suit"

Noun

Definitions:

1. A completely empty space.

Example sentences: "The black void of space"

2. (in bridge and whist) a suit in which a player is dealt no cards.

Example sentences: "A hand with a singleton club is more likely than one with a void"

Transitive verb

Definitions:

1. Declare that (something) is not valid or legally binding.

Example sentences: "The Supreme court voided the statute"

2. Discharge or drain away (water, gases, etc.)

Example sentences: "The gases are usually voided into the mechanism"


Synonyms:

emptiness

vacuum

empty space

interstice

annul

abrogate

nullify

repeal

invalid

nullity

empty

vacuity

blankness

inoperative

bad

quash

cancel

invalidate

vacate

negate

clear

gap

hole

lacuna

space

gulf

hiatus

worthless

rescind

avoid

abolish

dissolve

bereft

devoid

nothingness

desolate

vacuous

deserted

blank

null

vacancy

vacant

rejected

barren

destitute

bare

evacuate


Derivations:

voidable

voiding

voided


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Void in Other Languages...

Spanish: Anular

German: Nichtig

French: Vide

Italian: Void

Turkish: Geçersiz


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