Definition of annul
- wants the marriage annulled
- His title to the estate was annulled.
- annul a drug's effect
unfortunately, his arrogant attitude annuls the many generous favors he does for people
plans to annul their short-lived, ill-advised marriage
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: to say officially that something is no longer valid : to make (something) legally void
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