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in·val·i·date

 (ĭn-văl′ĭ-dāt′)
tr.v. in·val·i·dat·ed, in·val·i·dat·ing, in·val·i·dates
To make invalid; nullify.

in·val′i·da′tion n.
in·val′i·da′tor n.

invalidate

(ɪnˈvælɪˌdeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to render weak or ineffective, as an argument
2. (Law) to take away the legal force or effectiveness of; annul, as a contract
inˌvaliˈdation n
inˈvaliˌdator n

in•val•i•date

(ɪnˈvæl ɪˌdeɪt)

v.t. -dat•ed, -dat•ing.
1. to render invalid; discredit.
2. to deprive of legal force or efficacy; nullify.
[1640–50; < Medieval Latin invalidātus, past participle of invalidāre, derivative of invalidus invalid2]
in•val`i•da′tion, n.
in•val′i•da`tor, n.

invalidate


Past participle: invalidated
Gerund: invalidating

Imperative
invalidate
invalidate
Present
I invalidate
you invalidate
he/she/it invalidates
we invalidate
you invalidate
they invalidate
Preterite
I invalidated
you invalidated
he/she/it invalidated
we invalidated
you invalidated
they invalidated
Present Continuous
I am invalidating
you are invalidating
he/she/it is invalidating
we are invalidating
you are invalidating
they are invalidating
Present Perfect
I have invalidated
you have invalidated
he/she/it has invalidated
we have invalidated
you have invalidated
they have invalidated
Past Continuous
I was invalidating
you were invalidating
he/she/it was invalidating
we were invalidating
you were invalidating
they were invalidating
Past Perfect
I had invalidated
you had invalidated
he/she/it had invalidated
we had invalidated
you had invalidated
they had invalidated
Future
I will invalidate
you will invalidate
he/she/it will invalidate
we will invalidate
you will invalidate
they will invalidate
Future Perfect
I will have invalidated
you will have invalidated
he/she/it will have invalidated
we will have invalidated
you will have invalidated
they will have invalidated
Future Continuous
I will be invalidating
you will be invalidating
he/she/it will be invalidating
we will be invalidating
you will be invalidating
they will be invalidating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been invalidating
you have been invalidating
he/she/it has been invalidating
we have been invalidating
you have been invalidating
they have been invalidating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been invalidating
you will have been invalidating
he/she/it will have been invalidating
we will have been invalidating
you will have been invalidating
they will have been invalidating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been invalidating
you had been invalidating
he/she/it had been invalidating
we had been invalidating
you had been invalidating
they had been invalidating
Conditional
I would invalidate
you would invalidate
he/she/it would invalidate
we would invalidate
you would invalidate
they would invalidate
Past Conditional
I would have invalidated
you would have invalidated
he/she/it would have invalidated
we would have invalidated
you would have invalidated
they would have invalidated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.invalidate - declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
strike down, cancel - declare null and void; make ineffective; "Cancel the election results"; "strike down a law"
break - invalidate by judicial action; "The will was broken"
stet - printing: cancel, as of a correction or deletion
validate, formalise, formalize - declare or make legally valid
2.invalidate - make invalid for use; "cancel cheques or tickets"
score, mark - make underscoring marks
3.invalidate - show to be invalid
negate, contradict - prove negative; show to be false
validate - prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something
4.invalidate - take away the legal force of or render ineffective; "invalidate a contract"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
validate - make valid or confirm the validity of; "validate a ticket"

invalidate

verb
2. disprove, refute, negate, discredit, contradict, rebut, give the lie to, make a nonsense of, prove false, blow out of the water (slang), controvert, confute Neither point invalidates my argument.

invalidate

verb
To put an end to, especially formally and with authority:
Translations
يُبْطِل، يُلْغي، يَنْقُض
zrušit platnost
gøre ugyldig
ógilda
zrušiť platnosť
geçersiz/hükümsüz kılmak

invalidate

[ɪnˈvælɪdeɪt] VT [+ document, argument, theory] → invalidar; [+ contract] → anular, invalidar

invalidate

[ɪnˈvælɪdeɪt] vtinvalider, annulerinvalid car invalid carriage n (British)voiture f pour handicapéinvalid chair n (British)fauteuil m pour handicapé

invalidate

vtungültig machen; theory, feelingsentkräften

invalidate

[ɪnˈvælɪˌdeɪt] vt (law, contract) → invalidare; (argument, conclusion) → smentire
the will was invalidated → il testamento è stato invalidato

invalid1

(inˈvӕlid) adjective
(of a document or agreement etc) having no legal force; not valid. Your passport is out of date and therefore invalid.
inˈvalidate (-deit) verb
to make invalid.
invalidity (invəˈlidəti) noun
References in classic literature ?
Here is an express power given, in clear and unambiguous terms, to the State Executives, to fill casual vacancies in the Senate, by temporary appointments; which not only invalidates the supposition, that the clause before considered could have been intended to confer that power upon the President of the United States, but proves that this supposition, destitute as it is even of the merit of plausibility, must have originated in an intention to deceive the people, too palpable to be obscured by sophistry, too atrocious to be palliated by hypocrisy.
But for this the family found no cause for committal to the asylum, since such committal would necessarily invalidate what he had done.
The mere circumstance of the compact between Ralph Nickleby and Gride would not invalidate the marriage, or render Bray averse to it, who, if he did not actually know of the existence of some such understanding, doubtless suspected it.
Miss Halcombe's recognition of the woman, which recognition after-events invalidate or contradict.
No doubt there are here and there,' said Ferdinand politely, 'exceptional cases, where people have been taken in for what appeared to them to be much better reasons; and I need not go far to find such a case; but they don't invalidate the rule.
NNA - AN-NAHAR: Escalatory course for refugees and Lebanon awaits aid Aoun: Nothing will happen if elections are delayed Shoura Council invalidates Mufti's decision about Higher Islamic Council elections ASSAFIR: "Refugees file" swells.
The Council of Guardians normally invalidates some constituency ballots after each Majlis election.
The city needs to seek review immediately of the 9th Circuit Court's ruling that the ban against cruel and unusual punishment invalidates the city's loitering laws.
MacArthur invalidates Japan's Shinto religion, which recognizes the emperor as divine
You can argue the merits and demerits of originalism until you are blue in the face, but on the question of whether originalism somehow transforms conservative activism into something else, Keck is very persuasive: The doctrine does not have a privileged claim on interpreting the Constitution, and when the Court invalidates a congressional statute it is in activist mode--even if the Justices are certain that the Framers themselves (whether through the Federalist Papers or by means of Vulcan mindmeld) are commanding them to throw Congress' work on the compost pile.