|abandon mission, end a pregnancy; cancel, call off; fail; (Computers) stop a procedure in progress or a program in operation (especially suddenly or abnormally), end prematurely, have miscarriage, quit computer program, remove fetus||abort|
|act of forgiving; discharging; dispatching, cancel something, defer something, forgive, absolve; release, discharge; abate, relax, slacken; send, pardon something, reduce intensity of something, restore something, send case back to lower court, send pa...||remit|
|act of scrubbing, area of low vegetation, cancel something, clean by rubbing, cleanse for surgery, clothing worn while performing surgery, mongrel, offensive term, player not on first string, remote place, remove dirt by rubbing, remove impurities from...||scrub|
|action to relieve itching, assembled hastily, cancel something, cause itching, delete something, done randomly, drag something along surface, for jotted notes, handicap of zero, incur penalty, just get by, make fluke shot, make harsh noise, make mark i...||scratch|
|amounting to nothing, at zero level, cancel; nullify, make zero, empty, ending in zero, indicating a reading of zero, invalid, nil; invalid, nullified; void, relating to zero, valueless||null|
|annul, cancel; withdraw, take back; retreat, draw back, pull back, change vowel sound, move back, or move something, back inside, withdraw statement||retract|
|assess account, assess something, bring elements into harmony, bring equation into equality, counterweight, difference between debit and credit, emotional stability, equal debit and credit, equal or cancel out, equality of elements in an equation, equa...||balance|
|assumption of manual control, cancel something, commission on sales; manual operation that bypasses an automatic operation; voiding of a decision or authority of another (especially of a lower rank), commission paid to executive, outweigh something, ov...||override|
|balance between forces, state in which all forces act in perfect opposition and cancel the effects of one another, bodily balance, emotional stability, situation of balance||equilibrium|
|be punished, bestow, bring in money, give a positive result, give money for goods or to cancel debts; settle, repay; be worthwhile, be profitable, give money for something, let go leeward, money given in return for work, needing the insertion of a coin...||pay|
|be released from armed forces, bleach fabric, cancel court order, cargo offloading, carry out, continuous flow of electricity through air, debt payment, dismiss from institutional setting, dismissal from institution, drain electricity, emission of subs...||discharge|
|bet to double or cancel debt||double or nothing|
|brief interval of rest, delay, reprieve, suspend temporarily, grant an intermission; suspend an execution, delay or cancel a death sentence, temporary delay, cessation, intermission; reprieve, suspension of an execution, delay or cancellation of a deat...||respite|
|cancel a choice (Computers), let trainee go, remove selection||deselect|
|cancel a command, cancel an order, order canceling another, recall||countermand|
|cancel a deletion, cancel a deletion; cancel an erasure or deletion, restore an erased file to usable condition by using an undelete procedure (Computers)||undelete|
|cancel a restriction, remove restrictions||derestrict|
|cancel a trial because of lack of evidence against the defendant, cancellation of a trial due to lack of sufficient evidence against the defendant, dismissal of a lawsuit||nonsuit|
|cancel an allocation, free a resource that was designated for a program (Computers)||deallocate|
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