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Synonyms for nullify

Synonyms for nullify

to put an end to, especially formally and with authority

to make ineffective by applying an opposite force or amount

Synonyms for nullify

show to be invalid


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make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of

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Yet Roach believes Khan can nullify the slick American's impact on the fight.
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) (NYSE: TM) (LSE: TYT) (TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, has announce that A123Systems' planned lithium-ion battery packs for the Prius model is likely to nullify warranties for owners who install them.
During the next three decades, the Court would selectively employ liberty of contract in several controversial cases to nullify popular state laws.
We announce hereby that the petition to nullify the election result is rejected,'' said Wu Ching-yuan, the High Court's presiding judge.
Nullify the bonds and the indentures under which they were issued
To try and nullify him is something every defender looks forward to.
Correctly applied, temperature compensation can completely nullify the effect of RDS(ON) or inductor DCR temperature sensitivity.
The lawyers from Tokyo, Chiba and Kanagawa prefectures argued the system is unconstitutional as it violates the suffrage of the people and demanded the central election administration commission nullify the 2001 upper house election.
NIST scientists are attempting to nullify the birefringence by using mixed crystals of calcium fluoride and barium fluoride, a substance that exhibits opposite birefringence behavior.
Roseman successfully argued that allegations of fraud -- or even a finding of fraud -- are not sufficient to nullify the arbitration clause in such contracts.
The government also seeks in its budget to nullify the tax advantages some companies gain by setting up captive insurers in offshore domiciles.
The main difficulty with a laser feedback system is that researchers must make sure that freezing the thermal noise doesn't also nullify the effects they intend to examine, Heidmann and his colleagues remark.
The proposition had threatened to nullify the reforms achieved by the passage of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and would have had far-reaching effects on all U.
Some people think that widespread knowledge of a jury's power to nullify the law could lead to anarchy.
to nullify the effect of a noncompetition clause in his agent's agreement with the insurance company.