revoke

to say officially that a rule or law is no longer in effect

revoke

[n] - the mistake of not following suit when able to do so 2. [v] - fail to follow suit in a card game when able and required to do so 3. [v] - annul by recalling or rescinding
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Revoke

Re·voke' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Revoked ; present participle & verbal noun Revoking .] [ French révoquer , Latin revocare ; prefix re- re- + vocare to call, from vox , voci...
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Revoke

Re·voke' intransitive verb (Card Playing) To fail to follow suit when holding a card of the suit led, in violation of the rule of the game; to renege. Hoyle.
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Revoke

Re·voke' noun (Card Playing) The act of revoking. « She [ Sarah Battle] never made a revoke Lamb.
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revoke

renege noun the mistake of not following suit when able to do so
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Revoke

• (v. t.) To call back to mind; to recollect. • (v. t.) To hold back; to repress; to restrain. • (n.) The act of revoking. • (v. i.) To fail to follow suit when holding a card of the suit led, in violation of the rule of the game; to renege. • (v. t.) Hence, to annul, by recalling or taking back; to repeal; to rescind; to c...
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revoke

revoke 1. To annul, or to make void, by recalling or taking back; to cancel, rescind, repeal, or reverse. 2. To cancel an act, particularly a statement, document, or promise; as if it no longer existed. A person can revoke a will, or revoke an offer, to enter into a contract, and a government agency can revoke a license.
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Revoke

(v) Revoke is the action by which a statute, law, order, promise, agreement, contract etc are nullified before it is implemented and the original position is restored. For example a government revokes a license issued to a firm to deal in beverages before expiry of the license period
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revoke

v. to annul or cancel an act, particularly a statement, document or promise, as if it no longer existed. Thus, a person can revoke a will or revoke an offer to enter into a contract, and a government agency can revoke a license.
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Revoke

In card games to revoke is the foul play of failing to follow suit when one does have to follow suit.
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Revoke

To fail to follow suit when holding a card of the suit led.
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Revoke

In trick-taking card games, a revoke (or renege) is a violation of important rules regarding the play of tricks serious enough to render the round invalid. A revoke is a violation ranked in seriousness somewhat below overt cheating, with the status of a more minor offense only because, when it happens, it is usually accidental. Trick-taking games ...
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revoke

To cancel or nullify a legal document.
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Revoke

To cancel or nullify a legal document.
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Revoke

Take back consent to an adoption. Some states offer no time for revocation while other states place
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Revoke

To annul or cancel an act, particularly a statement, document, or promise, as if it no longer existed. For example, a person can revoke a will or revoke an offer to enter into a contract, and a government agency can revoke a license.
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revoke

cancel officially
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revoke

cancel officially
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