revoke

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To cancel or invalidate by withdrawing or reversing

Your driver's license will be revoked.

A violation ranked in seriousness somewhat below overt cheating, with the status of a more minor offense only because, when it happens, it is usually accidental
To fail to follow suit in a game of cards
The act of revoking in a game of cards
A renege; a violation of important rules regarding the play of tricks in trick-taking card games serious enough to render the round invalid
to rescind
To hold back; to repress; to restrain
To call back to mind; to recollect
To draw back; to withdraw
To call or bring back; to recall
{n} an omission to follow suit
{v} to recall, withdraw, reverse, repeal
the mistake of not following suit when able to do so annul by recalling or rescinding; "He revoked the ban on smoking"; "lift an embargo"; "vacate a death sentence"
to cancel or repeal
the mistake of not following suit when able to do so
{f} cancel, annul, repeal, retract; fail to play a card of proper suit when it is possible to do so (Cards)
To cancel or nullify something
annul by recalling or rescinding; "He revoked the ban on smoking"; "lift an embargo"; "vacate a death sentence"
to cancel legally
fail to follow suit when able to do so (an infraction of the laws)
The SQL command used to remove permissions that were granted to certain users
To cancel or nullify a legal document
The act of revoking
To recall a power or authority previously conferred, or annul, repeal, rescind or cancel privileges or registration In the case of Commodity Futures Trading Commission registration proceedings, to take away a previously granted registration
fail to follow suit when able and required to do so
When people in authority revoke something such as a licence, a law, or an agreement, they cancel it. The government revoked her husband's license to operate migrant labor crews. + revocation revo·ca·tion The Montserrat government announced its revocation of 311 banking licences. to officially state that a law, decision, or agreement is no longer effective revocation (revoquer, from revocare )
(2 syl ) When a player at cards can follow suit, but plays some other card, he makes a revoke, and by the laws of whist the adversaries are entitled to score three points “Good heaven! Revoke? Remember, if the set Be lost, in honour you should pay the debt ” Crabbe: Borough Revulsion (in philosophy) Part of a substance set off and formed into a distinct existence; as when a slip is cut from a tree and planted to form a distinct plant of itself Tertullian the Montanist taught that the second person of the Trinity was a revulsion of the Father (Latin, revulsio, re-vello, to pull back )
Hence, to annul, by recalling or taking back; to repeal; to rescind; to cancel; to reverse, as anything granted by a special act; as, , to revoke a will, a license, a grant, a permission, a law, or the like
to fail to follow suit when you actually hold one or more cards in the suit led This is a violation of bridge rules The Cards in Your Hand Honors -- Ace, King, Queen, Jack (and sometimes Ten)
To fail to follow suit when holding a card of the suit led, in violation of the rule of the game; to renege
The play of a card of another suit by a player who is able to follow suit or to comply with a lead penalty
To annul or make void by recalling or taking back; cancel, repeal, reverse
To rescind approved/accredited status
{i} failure to play a card of the proper suit when it is possible to do so (Cards); cancellation, annulment, retraction, act of revoking
revoke a charter
cancel a charter, revoke a pact, annul a covenant
revoke a law
repeal a law
revoke a license
withdraw a license, cancel the validity of a license
revoke a promise
take back a promise, cancel a promise
revoke an agreement
cancel an agreement
revocation
repeal
revocation
{n} a recalling, a repeal
Revocation
revokement
To revoke
renege
revocation
Removal of privileges granted to the licensee by the licensing jurisdiction
revocation
The act by which one, having the right, annuls an act done, a power or authority given, or a license, gift, or benefit conferred; repeal; reversal; as, the revocation of an edict, a power, a will, or a license
revocation
The withdrawing of a certificate by a Certificate Authority before its expiration date or time
revocation
A license or licenses has been revoked The revocation is effective on a date specified in the order
revocation
The action of revoking
revocation
Generally, an action which cancels a previous official act; specifically, an action which cancels a withdrawal
revocation
Termination of the protection given to a patent on one or more grounds, e g lack of novelty
revocation
Cancelling a Power of Attorney or a Power of Guardianship
revocation
the act of revoking a law, decision, or agreement revoke
revocation
Cancellation by the offeror of an offer
revocation
Means the permanent withdrawal of license privileges by a jurisdiction for cause
revocation
An act of rescinding power previously authorized
revocation
The act of calling back, or the state of being recalled; recall
revocation
Generally, an action that cancels a previous official act; specifically, an action that cancels a withdrawal Revocation is usually done in conjunction with restoration, which opens the public lands
revocation
Stopping the protection given to a patent because of e g lack of novelty
revocation
the act (by someone having the authority) of annulling something previously done; "the revocation of a law" the state of being cancelled or annulled
revocation
The act of revoking or canceling something, e g revocation of probation wherein probation is canceled and a term must be served or a fine paid
revocation
Warns users when they receive signed messages from users whose advanced security has been revoked
revocation
The act of cancelling a power or authority previously conferred
revocation
A process by which a granted patent can be annulled This can happen because it is demonstrated that the patent does not satisfy one of the patentability criteria - but it can also occur for other reasons
revocation
An instrument which takes away certain powers or privileges of an individual who had been given certain powers or privileges Example: the revocation of power of attorney where the person who had previously been given power has had that power revoked by the party who originally gave him the power
revocation
The nullification of an offer to contract by the original offeror
revocation
an act of recalling a power of authority conferred, as a revocation of a power of attorney, a license, an agency, etc
revocation
For several reasons a certificate may need to be revoked, i e need to be declared invalid prior to the expiration of the validity period Circumstances which might cause a certificate revocation could be, e g , if the holder's name changes, if association between subject and CA changes, if the secret key is compromised or is suspected to be compromised, or if the holder misuses his certificate
revocation
Termination of a license to operate as a facility in Iowa
revocation
To change the status of a valid or suspended certificate to “revoked” from a specified time and forward
revocation
To prematurely invalidate a certificate
revocation
{i} act of revoking, cancellation, annulment, retraction
revocation
Taking back, recalling One might revoke a power of attorney or a consent given
revocation
means an order issued by the ADHS Director or his/her designee revoking certification status of an EMT
revocation
the act (by someone having the authority) of annulling something previously done; "the revocation of a law"
revocation
The withdrawal of an offer
revocation
the state of being cancelled or annulled
revoked
past of revoke
revoker
One who revokes
revoker
{i} canceler, repealer, one who annuls; one who fails to throw a card of the proper suit when it is possible to do so (Cards)
revokes
plural of revoke
revoking
present participle of revoke
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