revocation

noun rev·o·ca·tion \ ˌre-və-ˈkā-shən ; ri-ˌvō- , ˌrē- \

Definition of revocation

:an act or instance of revoking

Examples of revocation in a Sentence

  1. threatened the revocation of his son's driving privileges

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Origin and Etymology of revocation

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin revocation-, revocatio, from revocare


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revocation

noun rev·o·ca·tion \ ˌre-və-ˈkā-shən \

legal Definition of revocation

:an act or instance of revoking


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