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

The meaning of "Void" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to have a void inside mean?
A: This means that you might feel like you are missing something or you feel a little empty. Void is a synonym for hole or an empty space. This phrase is used to describe emotion/sadness/loneliness
Q: What does Fill the void mean?
A: It is a saying that means to do or find something that makes you happy basically. To take away an emptiness or sadness that you feel inside.

examples :
~ I travel to fill the void in my life.

~ He rock climbs to fill the void in his life.

Q: What does "void" mean?
A: Not valid or legally binding.
"The contract is void."

Completely empty.
"That hole is a void."
Q: What does "it is crying into a void" mean?
A: I think it means it is alone or it will not be noticed despite its distress.
Q: What does void mean?
A: Void has many meanings. It can be an adjective, noun, or verb. In adjective form it means 'completely empty' or 'not valid or legally binding'. In noun form it means 'a completely empty space'. In verb form it means 'to say that something is not valid or legally binding'. It all is similar but means different things depending on the context it is used in

Example sentences using "Void"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'void'.
A: She was void of any emotion.
There was only an empty void left.
My husband’s death left a void in my life.
The void spaces between atoms are small.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to void .
A: I know two meanings.

1. In the medical field, it means to urinate (but nobody uses it like that except nurses and doctors.

2. To cancel a check. For example, suppose I write a check to pay for car repair, but accidentally write the wrong amount. Therefore I have to void the check and write a new one.
Q: Please show me example sentences with void.
A:
adjective
completely empty.

"void spaces surround the tanks"

noun
a completely empty space.

"the black void of space"




Q: Please show me example sentences with fill the void.
A: I just want to fill the void in my soul.

I want to fill the void of my stomach with food.

I want to fill the void of my depression with happiness.

I hope this helps!
Q: Please show me example sentences with a void.
A: Do you mean avoid (keep away from something or someone) or [a] void (empty space; not valid or legally binding)?

Synonyms of "Void" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between void and empty ?
A: They mean the same thing but void is used more as a noun rather than an adjective - or verb - like empty.
Q: What is the difference between void and empty ?
A: When we use the word "void," we usually think of something like darkness, or a black hole in space. A big, dark, empty space. It sounds scary, dangerous, or sad. It can be used as a noun, adjective, or verb.
The noun form means "a dark, empty space."
The adjective means the same as "empty," but much stronger and sadder.
The verb form means "to cancel, to erase, to nullify" and doesn't get used for many things except money payments.

Noun: "I felt like I was trapped in an endless void."
Adj: "His heart was void of any emotions."
Verb: "We voided the credit card charge and will give you a refund soon."

"Empty" is the word we use for most things, and doesn't have any emotions attached to it unless you want it to. It can be an adjective or a verb.

Adj: "The refrigerator is empty!"
"I feel empty inside..."
Verb: "I need to empty my suitcase and organize everything."
Q: What is the difference between void and empty ?
A: Void = Vácuo
Empty = Vazio
Q: What is the difference between void and empty ?
A: That's a good one. Both imply a lack of "Stuff". However, a void is "stuff" missing from something else, and empty means "stuff" is not /in/ something.

The box is empty. (Nothing is in the box)
My bank account is empty.
Bill's cup is empty.

There is a void in the box. ("There's a hole in the wall(s) of the box)
A void was discovered in the dress. (Perhaps a moth ate a bit)

To further confuse matters "void" has a second meaning: "to render useless"

I void the check (The check can no longer be cashed, it's worthless)
The contract was null and void (The contract is no longer enforceable)

Q: What is the difference between "void of " and "devoid of" ?
A: Void can be a noun or verb:

"There is a void where his heart should be." (Meaning, he is heartless.)

"I will void the check when I receive it." (Meaning, I will nullify or cancel the check.)

Devoid always (?) has 'of' after it, when you are saying something is empty of something else.

Devoid of feelings = empty of feelings = has no feelings

Devoid of intelligence = empty of intelligence = has no intelligence

If you see/hear 'devoid' with no 'of' after it, then watch out… the person might have meant to use 'void.'

Translations of "Void"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fulfill the void with meaning
or
fill the void with meaning

which one is correct?
A: 'fill the void with meaning' is correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Because that void, that abyss, it’s the place where art is born.
A: Because of the void, that abyss, art is born.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i can hear your void
A: Maybe you mean voice?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm trying so hard to fill this void in my heart with songs , is it right or not ?

Other questions about "Void"

Q: I fill the void up with polished doubt. の「up with polished doubt」はどのように訳しますか?
A: That’s a weird phrase. Polished things look better, so this is doubt made to look better than it is. It might be something like “I fill the void up with fear masquerading as confidence” or something like that depending on the larger context this is extracted from.
Q: I was void of fresh water for all day does this sound natural?
A: You won't usually see people using "void" however it makes sense, also you don't need to add "for"in this sentence. example: "I was void of fresh water all day". usually people would say "I was out of fresh water..." or "I had no fresh water..." hope this helps!
Q: To fall in the void does this sound natural?
A: Fall INTO the void. ☺
Q: "Sorry for leaving you in the void" or "Sorry for leaving you in the vacuum". That makes sense? What sense could that have?
A: Sorry for not telling you sooner.
Sorry for not telling you the details.
Sorry for leaving you alone.

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