Translation of rescind in Spanish:

rescind

rescindir, v.

Pronunciation /rəˈsɪnd//rɪˈsɪnd/

transitive verb

formal

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    (contract) rescindir
    (contract) anular
    (order/ruling) revocar
    (law) derogar
    (law) abolir
    • No casualties were reported and the chemical alert was eventually rescinded.
    • The seven have also filed a suit with the district court calling on immigration authorities to rescind the deportation order.
    • That agreement might be rescinded, or might never be performed.
    • The union demanded that the letters of reprimand be withdrawn and the suspensions be rescinded.
    • In addition to the changes you mention, a free labor market would require rescinding any laws that prohibit an employer from firing any worker at any time for any reason.
    • He tried very hard to rescind the expulsion order, at one point offering the monarchs 300,000 ducats for a reprieve.
    • The city rescinded the demolition order and granted an Occupancy Permit to the Committee.
    • Regional leaders responded by rescinding his order, and getting him fired from his job.
    • At the end of the oral argument, however, he rescinded his agreement.
    • Television replays later showed that he was in fact fouled, and the red card was eventually rescinded.
    • I am not convinced that there is any reason to alter or rescind the order made by the board on June 26th.
    • These rules were rescinded abruptly five days after they were made public in press reports.
    • By the time I read about this, the impounding order had been rescinded.
    • The victim surcharge payment order is also rescinded, and if monies were paid by the appellant, they are to be returned to him forthwith.
    • There is no reason why parties to a written executed agreement cannot agree to cancel or rescind it and to reverse its effects.
    • Disorder provides an excuse to rescind liberties in the name of restoring calm.
    • Many a time a State refuses to honour a tribunal award or it rescinds its agreement.
    • The law was rescinded only in December 1990 during the collapse of the regime.
    • The proper course in those circumstances was to rescind the order on the basis that, had the creditor known of the petition, the petition debt would have been secured.
    • Under no circumstances was the order to be rescinded or countermanded.