revocation

Pronunciation:  US [ˌrevə'keɪʃn] UK [ˌrevə'keɪʃn]
  • n.The abolition of
  • WebWithdrawn; Removed; Cancel
n.
1.
Repealing, cancellation, termination; (contract, suggestions) to lift; also called the ancient, bring back

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