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Definition of void adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1void of something (formal) completely lacking something synonym devoid The sky was void of stars.
  2. 2(law) (of a contract, an agreement etc.) not valid or legal The agreement was declared void.
  3. 3(formal) empty void spaces
  4. Idioms
    null and void (law)
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    (of an election, an agreement, etc.) having no legal force; not valid The contract was declared null and void.
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: void

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