can·cel·la·tion


can·cel·la·tion

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • can|cel|la|tion — «KAN suh LAY shuhn», noun. 1. a canceling or being canceled; crossing out; striking out: »cancellation of a baseball game because of rain. 2. marks made when something is canceled or crossed out: »In spite of cancellations and interlineations,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • can·cel·a·tion — ↑cancellation …   Useful english dictionary

  • pre|can|cel|la|tion — «PREE kan suh LAY shuhn», noun. act of precanceling or state of being precanceled …   Useful english dictionary

  • can — a·can·thus; ac·o·can·thera; af·ri·can·ism; af·ri·can·i·za·tion; af·ri·can·ize; af·ri·can·oid; af·ri·can·thro·pus; alas·can; al·can·na; ali·can·te; al·mu·can·tar; amer·i·can·ese; amer·i·can·ess; amer·i·can·ism; amer·i·can·ist; amer·i·can·is·tic;… …   English syllables

  • tion — ab·bre·vi·a·tion; ab·di·ca·tion; ab·duc·tion; ab·er·ra·tion; ab·er·ra·tion·al; ab·jec·tion; ab·junc·tion; ab·ju·ra·tion; ab·lac·ta·tion; ab·la·tion; ab·lu·tion; ab·mi·gra·tion; ab·ne·ga·tion; ab·o·li·tion; ab·o·li·tion·ary; ab·o·li·tion·dom;… …   English syllables

  • cel — cel·a·don; cel·a·don·ite; cel·an·dine; cel·as·tra·ce·ae; cel·as·tra·ceous; cel·a·ture; cel·e·be·sian; cel·e·brant; cel·e·brat·er; cel·e·bra·tion; cel·e·bra·tive; cel·e·bra·tor; cel·e·bra·to·ry; cel·e·bret; cel·ery; cel·es·tite; cel·i·ba·cy;… …   English syllables

  • cancellation — can·cel·la·tion …   English syllables

  • cancellation — can•cel•la•tion or can•cel•a•tion [[t]ˌkæn səˈleɪ ʃən[/t]] n. 1) an act of canceling 2) phi the marks or perforations made in canceling 3) something canceled, as a reservation for a hotel room or an airplane ticket, allowing someone else to… …   From formal English to slang

  • cancellation — can|cel|la|tion [ˌkænsəˈleıʃən] n [U and C] 1.) a decision that an event that was planned will not happen ▪ Rail passengers are fed up with cancellations and delays. ▪ Bad weather led to the cancellation of the game. 2.) a decision to end an… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cancellation — can|cel|la|tion [ ,kænsl eıʃn ] noun 1. ) count or uncount a decision to stop something that has been arranged from taking place: the cancellation of yesterday s game a ) count a ticket, time, or place that becomes available because someone… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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