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Meaning & Definition of Void in English

English

Void

/vɔɪd/

noun

1. The state of nonexistence

    synonym:
  • nothingness
  • ,
  • void
  • ,
  • nullity
  • ,
  • nihility

2. An empty area or space

  • "The huge desert voids"
  • "The emptiness of outer space"
  • "Without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
    synonym:
  • void
  • ,
  • vacancy
  • ,
  • emptiness
  • ,
  • vacuum

verb

1. Declare invalid

  • "The contract was annulled"
  • "Void a plea"
    synonym:
  • invalidate
  • ,
  • annul
  • ,
  • quash
  • ,
  • void
  • ,
  • avoid
  • ,
  • nullify

2. Clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something

  • "The chemist voided the glass bottle"
  • "The concert hall was voided of the audience"
    synonym:
  • void

3. Take away the legal force of or render ineffective

  • "Invalidate a contract"
    synonym:
  • invalidate
  • ,
  • void
  • ,
  • vitiate

4. Excrete or discharge from the body

    synonym:
  • evacuate
  • ,
  • void
  • ,
  • empty

adjective

1. Lacking any legal or binding force

  • "Null and void"
    synonym:
  • null
  • ,
  • void

2. Containing nothing

  • "The earth was without form, and void"
    synonym:
  • void

Examples of using

A number of same-sex marriages conducted last weekend have been declared null and void after the High Court of Australia ruled that the legislation allowing the marriages was unconstitutional.