Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cancel"

The meaning of "Cancel" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to cancel out mean?
A: Leave/Stop
Q: What does he just canceled on me mean?
A: "He just canceled the plans that we had."
Q: What does cancel out mean?
A: Cut out

Example sentences using "Cancel"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cancel out .
A: +1 added to -1 They cancel each other out. From the internet: My husband and I support different political parties, which means that his vote always cancels out mine.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cancel.
A: "Cancel culture" has a strange etymology. It is more confusing because "cancel" is used incorrectly. You might cancel a subscription to a magazine. I cancelled my doctor's appointment because I'm feeling much better. Typically, you cancel a process or an event. In cancel culture, people are "cancelled", which means that a person is being socially ousted from a group or community by the others in that community because they did something very wrong. This is slang. It's very strange to say a person is cancelled.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cancel out.
A: If you do me this one big favor, it will cancel out all the little favors you owe me. It is amazing how one little mistake can cancel out the many good things you've done!
Q: Please show me example sentences with cancel out .
A: the two arguments cancel each other out. there's a positive and a negative fact, so they cancel each other out. sth like that?

Synonyms of "Cancel" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I can cancel if you want. and I could cancel if you want. ?
A: @okadaosz could cancel = 1) キャンセルはいいです 2) キャンセルはいいでした 1の場合は、次のverbはpresentで書いて 2の場合は、次のverbはpastで書いて。 でも I can do = できる I could do (intended as a conditional) = できるけど… that's why I wrote what I wrote in my first answer
Q: What is the difference between to cancel and to abolish and to rescind and to repeal and to revoke ?
A: These all basically mean the same thing but you’d see abolish, rescind, repeal and revoke used when talking about the law or court. Abolish means to put an end to. The practice was abolished. The agreement was rescinded. The act was repealed. His rights were revoked. Cancel is used in everyday speech. Sorry, I have to cancel this appointment.
Q: What is the difference between cancel and call off ?
A: They mean the same thing in some contexts. Call off is more casual. You can cancel an order at a restaurant but you would not say call off the order. You can cancel an event, and saying call off the event means the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between cancel and postpone ?
A: Cancel means it's not going to happen. Postpone means it is going to happen but not until a later or future time.
Q: What is the difference between cancel and abolish and abrogate ?
A: Cancel = Stop something. *I cancelled the date. *She cancelled the download. Abolish = Formally put an end to * The tax was abolished in 1977 Abrogate = Evade, avoid *We believe they are abrogating their responsibilities to their children. *A proposal to abrogate, temporarily the right to strike.

Translations of "Cancel"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cancel
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cancel
A: "Cancel"
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cancel
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Other questions about "Cancel"

Q: he's cancelled does this sound natural?
A: @suyeon_zheng It's slang. it means that someone(usually famous) did something bad and now people are "cancelling " him or stopping their support for him
Q: What is your cancel policy? does this sound natural?
A: cancellation policy
Q: Please show me how to pronounce cancel.
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Q: cancel does this sound natural?
A: It sounds like a "can-sow". Really it should sound like "can-sul". You're close though :)
Q: It cancels each other. does this sound natural?
A: It depends on the context, however most of the time I hear that said it is either "they cancel each other out" or "one cancels out the other".

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