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1void/ˈvoɪd/adjective
1void
/ˈvoɪd/
adjective
Learner's definition of VOID  
law : having no legal force or effect— often used in the phrase null and void
formal : not containing anything
: empty

void of

: not having (something that is expected or wanted): completely lacking (something)
2void/ˈvoɪd/noun
pluralvoids
2void
/ˈvoɪd/
noun
pluralvoids
Learner's definition of VOID  
[count]
: a large empty space— often used figuratively
3void/ˈvoɪd/verb
voidsvoidedvoiding
3void
/ˈvoɪd/
verb
voidsvoidedvoiding
Learner's definition of VOID  
[+ object]law
: to make (something) invalid: to say that (something) is no longer in effect

— voidable

/ˈvoɪdəbəl/adjective,law
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