Definición de repeal en inglés:

repeal

Saltos de línea: re¦peal
Pronunciación: /rɪˈpiːl
 
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verbo

[with object]
Revoke or annul (a law or act of parliament): the legislation was repealed five months later
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In other words, although Parliament was repealing the Stamp Act, it retained its right to govern America.
  • On February 7, 1865, newly-inaugurated governor Richard Oglesby signed the bill repealing the black laws.
  • Congress repealed the bankruptcy act in 1803 before its scheduled expiration.
Sinónimos
revoke, rescind, cancel, reverse, abrogate, annul, nullify, declare null and void, make void, void, invalidate, render invalid, quash, abolish, set aside, countermand, retract, withdraw, overrule, override;
Law vacate, avoid
archaic recall
rare disannul

sustantivo

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The action of revoking or annulling a law or act of parliament: the House voted in favour of repeal
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Though many of the interest group representatives in favor of repeal indicated that the time for Glass-Steagall reform was urgent, legislators did not possess that same feeling of urgency.
  • As most professionals now understand, the recently enacted estate tax repeal means that there is no estate tax repeal.
  • We know that reasonable men and women with access to the same facts urged repeal of Prohibition, presumably because they weighted good and harm differently; in short, because they had different values.
Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French repeler, from Old French re- (expressing reversal) + apeler 'to call, appeal'.

Derivativos

repealable

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • To prevent self-entrenching amendments, assume that the amendment will be repealable under currently-existing constitutional procedures and voting rules, even if it purports to change those procedures and rules.
  • They insist, and profess to believe, that treaties like acts of assembly, should be repealable at pleasure.

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