call off

call off
أَلْغَى \ abolish: to bring to an end; stop (a custom, rule, etc.): Those laws should be abolished. call off: to give orders or decide to stop sth. which has been arranged: The meeting was called off. cancel: to stop sth. that was planned: The match was cancelled because of rain. do away with: to put an end to (sth. old and useless): Such customs should be done away with. nullify: to make of no use or value: If you drink alcohol, it will nullify the effects of your medicine. repeal: to end the effect of (a law). revoke: to take back (an official order, decision, etc.).

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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