cancel (n):
a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
cancel (v):
make invalid for use
cancel cheques or tickets
cancel (v):
remove or make invisible
Please delete my name from your list
Related Word: delete
cancel (v):
declare null and void; make ineffective
Cancel the election results.
strike down a law
cancel (v):
postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled
Call off the engagement.
cancel the dinner party.
we had to scrub our vacation plans.
scratch that meeting--the chair is ill
cancel (v):
make up for
His skills offset his opponent's superior strength
Related Word: offset
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Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today

Bugünün işini yarına bırakma.
said to emphasize that you should not delay doing something if you can do it immediately.

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