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Word: negate

Definition: cancel out; nullify; cause to have no effect; deny; N. negation


Sentences Containing 'negate'

Any faults in their report can negate a court case.
Due to British leadership in the Industrial Revolution, the country enjoyed unparalleled shipbuilding capacity and financial resources, which ensured that no rival could take advantage of these revolutionary changes to negate the British advantage in ship numbers.
Equivalently, you can represent all intervals from the perspective of the side to move, and then negate the values during the back-up operation.
GGYC requested that the International Jury be convened as soon as possible to negate or revise the biased provisions before the races.
He then proceeds to destroy his own eardrums to negate Rose's bankai's special ability, and then blasts a hole through Rose's chest. Before he can kill Rose, Renji intervenes the attack and engages in battle with him.
However, the resulting higher price levels may spur several forms of political and institutional responses that blunt or negate this tendency.
The African delegation objected not only to a decree which seemed to negate the authority of the councils of Ephesus and Chalcedon, but also violated the sanctity of the dead; they had no particular interest in Theodore's doctrine or method of interpretation.
The saucers were operated so openly in U.S airspace by the Soviets probably as a method of psychological warfare "to negate U.S. confidence in atom bomb as the most advanced and decisive weapon."
The Yuan flagship was protected by shields to negate the Song missile fire.
To negate a number, compute 0 minus the number.
When it became apparent to the leaders of the New Model Army that the Parliament—then controlled by the Presbyterian faction—was ready to come to an agreement with the King that would restore him to his throne (though without effective power) and negate the power of the Army, they resolved to shatter the power of both King and Parliament.
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