annul /əˈnʌl/


I. verb [with obj.]

1. declare invalid (an official agreement, decision, or result)

the elections were annulled by the general amid renewed protests.
2. declare (a marriage) to have had no legal existence.

her first marriage was finally annulled by His Holiness.
– origin late Middle English: from Old French anuller, from late Latin annullare, from ad- ‘to’ + nullum ‘nothing’.

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