cancel

英 [ˈkænsl]

美 [ˈkænsl]

v.  取消; 撤销; 终止; 废除(具有法律效力的协议); 盖销,注销(票或邮票)

过去分词:cancelled 过去式:cancelled 现在分词:cancelling 第三人称单数:cancels 

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#同义词辨析回顶部

cancel abandon drop【导航词义:取消,放弃】

cancel v. 取消
〔辨析〕
指取消已安排或决定好的计划等。
〔例证〕
The flight to New York was cancelled.
飞往纽约的班机取消了。
The project to build the dam was cancelled.
建大坝的项目取消了。
abandon v. 放弃,中止
〔辨析〕
指因困难太多、无法继续下去而放弃做某事。
〔例证〕
He had abandoned all hopes.
他已经放弃了一切希望。
They abandoned the project due to lack of funds.
由于缺乏资金,他们中止了这项工程。
drop v. 停止,放弃
〔辨析〕
强调不再继续下去。
〔例证〕
They dropped their talk.
他们停止了谈话。
Drop everything and come here immediately.
放下所有的事情立即到这里来。

#短语动词回顶部

cancel out
1. 抵消  

#短语用例回顶部

cancel out

cancel sth↔out

  • 抵消;对消
    if two or more things cancel out or one cancels out the other, they are equally important but have an opposite effect on a situation so that the situation does not change
    1. to cancel a policy/subscription
      取消保单;停止订阅
    2. Is it too late to cancel my order?
      我现在取消订单是不是太晚了?
    3. 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。
    4. No charge will be made if you cancel within 10 days.
      如果在10天以内取消,不收费用。

#牛津词典回顶部

 verb

  • 取消;撤销;终止
    to decide that sth that has been arranged will not now take place
    1. All flights have been cancelled because of bad weather.
      因天气恶劣,所有航班均被取消。
    2. Don't forget to cancel the newspaper (= arrange for it not to be delivered) before going away.
      外出前,别忘了停订报纸。
  • 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
    1. to cancel a policy/subscription
      取消保单;停止订阅
    2. Is it too late to cancel my order?
      我现在取消订单是不是太晚了?
    3. 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。
    4. No charge will be made if you cancel within 10 days.
      如果在10天以内取消,不收费用。
  • 盖销,注销(票或邮票)
    to mark a ticket or stamp so that it cannot be used again

    #柯林斯词典回顶部

      in AM, use 美国英语用 canceling, canceled

    • VERB 取消;撤销;中止
      If you cancel something that has been arranged, you stop it from happening. If you cancel an order for goods or services, you tell the person or organization supplying them that you no longer wish to receive them.
      1. The Russian foreign minister yesterday cancelled his visit to Washington...
        俄罗斯外交部长昨天取消了对华盛顿的访问。
      2. Many trains have been cancelled and a limited service is operating on other lines...
        多趟列车被取消,其他线路上运行的班次也很有限。
      3. The Navy has decided to cancel its contract for the A-12 Stealth attack plane...
        海军方面已决定取消购买A-12隐形攻击机的合同。
      4. There is normally no refund should a client choose to cancel.
        客户若要取消服务,通常不予退款。
    • VERB 废除,废止(文件、保险单);免除(债务)
      If someone in authority cancels a document, an insurance policy, or a debt, they officially declare that it is no longer valid or no longer legally exists.
      1. He intends to try to leave the country, in spite of a government order cancelling his passport...
        尽管政府已经下令吊销他的护照,他还是试图要离开该国。
      2. She learned her insurance had been canceled by Pacific Mutual Insurance Company...
        她得知自己的保险已经被太平洋互助保险公司中止了。
      3. Under the agreement, Britain will cancel hundreds of millions of pounds in debts owed to it by some of world's poorest countries.
        根据该协议,英国将免除世界上一些最不发达国家欠下的数亿英镑的债务。
    • VERB 盖销,注销(邮票或支票)
      To cancel a stamp or a cheque means to mark it to show that it has already been used and cannot be used again.
      1. The new device can also cancel the check after the transaction is complete.
        交易完成后,这种新设备也能注销支票。
      2. ...cancelled stamps.
        盖销(邮)票
    • If you cancel or call off an arrangement or an appointment, you stop it from happening. You usually do not make any new arrangements. If you postpone or put off an arrangement or an appointment, you make another arrangement for it to happen at a later time. If you delay something that has been arranged, you make it happen later than planned. If something delays you or holds you up, you start or finish what you are doing later than you planned.
      取消安排或预约用 cancel 或 call off, 通常不再做新的安排。推迟安排或预约用 postpone 或 put off。delay 表示延期做某事;delay 或 hold up 还可以表示某事耽误了某人的时间。

    #英英释义回顶部

     noun

    • a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
        Synonym: natural

       verb

      • make invalid for use
        1. cancel cheques or tickets
        Synonym: invalidate
      • remove or make invisible
        1. Please delete my name from your list
        Synonym: delete
      • declare null and void
        1. Cancel the election results
        2. strike down a law
        Synonym: strike down
      • postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled
        1. Call off the engagement
        2. cancel the dinner party
        3. we had to scrub our vacation plans
        4. scratch that meeting--the chair is ill
        Synonym: call offscratchscrub
      • make up for
        1. His skills offset his opponent's superior strength
        Synonym: offsetset off

      #双语例句回顶部

      • This provided a pretext for the authorities to cancel the elections
        这给当局取消此次选举提供了借口。
      • The Russian foreign minister yesterday cancelled his visit to Washington
        俄罗斯外交部长昨天取消了对华盛顿的访问。
      • Many trains have been cancelled and a limited service is operating on other lines
        多趟列车被取消,其他线路上运行的班次也很有限。
      • The Navy has decided to cancel its contract for the A-12 Stealth attack plane
        海军方面已决定取消购买A-12隐形攻击机的合同。
      • There is normally no refund should a client choose to cancel.
        客户若要取消服务,通常不予退款。
      • He intends to try to leave the country, in spite of a government order cancelling his passport
        尽管政府已经下令吊销他的护照,他还是试图要离开该国。
      • Under the agreement, Britain will cancel hundreds of millions of pounds in debts owed to it by some of world's poorest countries.
        根据该协议,英国将免除世界上一些最不发达国家欠下的数亿英镑的债务。
      • The new device can also cancel the check after the transaction is complete.
        交易完成后,这种新设备也能注销支票。
      • He wonders if the different influences might not cancel each other out
        他在想,各种影响能不能相互抵消。
      • She made it clear that under no circumstances would she cancel the trip.
        她明确表示,无论如何她都不会取消旅行。
      • To cancel the airport would mean a loss of face for the present governor
        撤销机场对现任州长来说将是件丢脸的事情。
      • You have 14 days in which you can cancel the contract and get your money back.
        你可在14天之内取消合同,收回钱款。
      • The band was forced to cancel a string of live dates.
        乐队被迫取消了一系列的现场表演。
      • You may cancel or rearrange the appointment
        你可以取消约会或是重新安排约会时间。
      • In a department store when a gift voucher is exchanged it's stamped with the details of the store to cancel it
        在百货公司里,凡是已经兑换的礼券都会在上面盖上将其注销的商店的详细信息。
      • In this case it is necessary to cancel the Party planned for june16th.
        既然如此,那就必须取消原定于6月16日举行的聚会。
      • If we cancel this autumn's big publicity drive, it'll give ground to our main competitors.
        如果我们取消今年秋季的大型推广运动,这就如同向我们的主要对手让步。
      • If, in this example, you cancel out the
        如果在该实例中,您抵消了
      • I'll cancel it then.
        我给取消了吧。
      • And this and this cancel out.
        这项和这项抵消。
      • I'll cancel dinner with sophia.
        我取消和索菲娅的晚餐。
      • The dinner appointment have to be cancel.
        看来晚餐约会得取消了。
      • You did not just cancel practice.
        你不仅仅是取消了训练。
      • Click to cancel changes to links and content.
        单击此处可取消对“链接”和“内容”的更改。
      • So you want to cancel this weekend?
        所以你想把这周的计划取消了?
      • Can I cancel it?
        我能不能把它取消?
      • This will cancel your debt to me.
        这可抵消你欠我的债务。
      • Well, you can cancel the coffee.
        好吧,你可以取消掉那杯咖啡了。
      • The "cancel" button was clicked during val transfer.
        在val传输过程中单击了“取消”按钮。