There are 3 translations of void in Spanish:

void1

Pronunciation: /vɔɪd/

n

  • (emptiness) vacío (m) his death left a great void in my life su muerte dejó un gran vacío en mi vida
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    • There's a giant void, an emptiness that will never, ever be filled.
    • In a press statement, the leaders have described Azad a poet par excellence and said his loss has created a void in literary circles.
    • His loss leaves a void in the community which will be difficult to replace and we tender our deepest sympathies to the bereaved.

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There are 3 translations of void in Spanish:

void2

adj

  • 1 (empty) [literario/literary] (pred) to be void of sth estar* desprovisto or falto de algo she felt void of all emotion se sentía vacía, no sentía ninguna emoción
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    • In these valves, the valve seats are placed on opposite sides of the ball and axially pressed together to form a substantially void free axial seal.
    • Instead they have found a home in the void zone between success and failure.
    • The below-decks, where the void rooms, hold, cannon-deck, and pretty much everything else in the ship was located.
  • 2 (invalid) [Law] nulo, inválido to make sth void anular or invalidar algo
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    • By its terms the eviction order would be void if the plaintiffs paid to the defendant a stipulated amount on or before January 28, 2003.
    • When a jurisdictional error by the body is deemed to have occurred, it means that the decision has always been legally void.
    • Is the liquidated damages provision valid or is it void for uncertainty or inoperable?
  • 3 (in card games) he was void in hearts no tenía corazones

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There are 3 translations of void in Spanish:

void3

vt

  • 1 [Med] [bladder/bowels] evacuar*
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    • Patients are discharged the day after surgery providing they are afebrile, voiding after Foley catheter removal, achieving pain management with oral medication, and ambulating without difficulty.
    • The normal adult bladder holds approximately 400 ml of urine and when more than this amount has entered the bladder the pressure starts to rise and the desire to void urine is felt.
    • All patients who had an indwelling Foley catheter were successfully voiding within 12 days after the procedure.
  • 2 [Law] [agreement/check] anular, invalidar
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    • The lower courts in Ohio voided the contracts on the grounds that they were usurious loans.
    • But the Supreme Court voided the civil damages award.
    • For these reasons, the Supreme Court voided the visitation order.
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    • This heating would melt the wax and allow it to be poured off or voided, leaving a hollow mould.

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