cancel out


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  • verb

Synonyms for cancel out

wipe out the effect of something

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The full back came on for Hector Sam at the interval and was, unusually, deployed in midfield, where he was able to cancel out most of Mansfield's best work and launch his own team's attacks.
They know that a poor practice can cancel out any one of our competitions scheduled for that day.