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US [ˈkæns(ə)l]
UK ['kæns(ə)l]
  • v.取消;撤销;终止;废除(具有法律效力的协议)
  • n.取消;删略;【数】(相)约;盖销
  • Web删去;撤消;注销
Past Tense:cancelled  Past Tense:canceled  Simple Present:cancels  Present Participle:canceling  Present Participle:cancelling  
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
取消;撤销;终止to decide that sth that has been arranged will not now take place
All flights have been cancelled because of bad weather.
因天气恶劣,所有航班均已取消。
Don't forget to cancel the newspaper(= arrange for it not to be delivered) before going away.
外出前,别忘了通知人停送报纸。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
撤销,取消,废除(具有法律效力的协议)to say that you no longer want to continue with an agreement, especially one that has been legally arranged
to cancel a policy/subscription
取消保单;停止订阅
Is it too late to cancel my order?
我现在取消订单是不是太晚了?
The US has agreed to cancel debts(= say that they no longer need to be paid) totalling $10 million.
美国已同意免除总额为 1 000 万元的债务。
No charge will be made if you cancel within 10 days.
如果在 10 天以内取消,不收费用。
3.
[t]
~ sth
盖销,注销(票或邮票)to mark a ticket or stamp so that it cannot be used again

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