Verb(1) put down by force or intimidation(2) declare invalid
(1) Steiner will undoubtedly exercise his executive powers and quash any nascent independence declaration, yet the damage is already done.(2) The public inquiry did little to quash the rumours and in the years that followed many trawlers lost fishing nets at a spot 70 miles off the Norwegian coast.(3) The Court of Appeal granted certiorari to quash the council's decision since the section required reasons to be given at the same time as the decision was communicated.(4) In order to quash these rumours the company took the highly unusual step of issuing an official denial.(5) In other worldly news, let me quash a nasty rumour right here and now.(6) But the leader's speech today will effectively quash any idea that he will go quietly.(7) The company spokesman was typically circumspect when asked to comment on the rumours but he did not take the opportunity to quash the story.(8) For the reasons set out in the judgment which is handed down we allow this appeal and quash the conviction.(9) Also in these proceedings permission was sought by the Claimant to apply for judicial review to quash the decision letter on the Claimant's costs application.(10) But he was unable to quash the redundancy rumours.(11) A demolitions expert has spoken out to quash concerns over dust coming from a Colchester building site, which contains asbestos.(12) Secondly, the expert evidence which persuaded the Court of Appeal to quash the murder conviction and substitute manslaughter had not been before the jury.(13) The court of appeal may dismiss the appeal, quash the judgment, or request a retrial by a trial court.(14) More bobbies heading for the beat across Essex will help quash the fear of crime, Castle Point's council leader hopes.(15) The promise comes as the company moves to quash rumours that they will outsource jobs to foreign markets when they take up their contract on April 1.(16) Others say the West has forced the government to reinstate the repressive apparatus used by the previous regime to quash opposition.
1. cancel ::
2. put an end to ::
sætte en stopper for
3. nullify ::
4. reduce ::
Different Formsquash, quashed, quashes, quashing
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