Detailed Translations for void from English to German


void [the ~] noun

  1. the void (blank; lacuna; hiatus; gap)
    die Lücke; der Mangel; die Leere; Manko
  2. the void (vacuum)
    Vakuum; der Hohlraum
  3. the void (emptiness; blank)
    die Leerheit; die Öde; die Leere

to void verb (voids, voided, voiding)

  1. to void
    – To prohibit the use of a document as a contract. 1
    • stornieren verb (storniere, stornierst, storniert, stornierte, storniertet, storniert)

Conjugations for void:

  1. void
  2. void
  3. voids
  4. void
  5. void
  6. void
simple past
  1. voided
  2. voided
  3. voided
  4. voided
  5. voided
  6. voided
present perfect
  1. have voided
  2. have voided
  3. has voided
  4. have voided
  5. have voided
  6. have voided
past continuous
  1. was voiding
  2. were voiding
  3. was voiding
  4. were voiding
  5. were voiding
  6. were voiding
  1. shall void
  2. will void
  3. will void
  4. shall void
  5. will void
  6. will void
continuous present
  1. am voiding
  2. are voiding
  3. is voiding
  4. are voiding
  5. are voiding
  6. are voiding
  1. be voided
  2. be voided
  3. be voided
  4. be voided
  5. be voided
  6. be voided
  1. void!
  2. let's void!
  3. voided
  4. voiding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for void:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Hohlraum empty space; vacuum; void cavity; compartment; niche
Leere blank; emptiness; gap; hiatus; lacuna; void
Leerheit blank; emptiness; void
Lücke blank; gap; hiatus; lacuna; void
Mangel blank; gap; hiatus; lacuna; void blunder; deficiency; famine; flaw; gap; imperfection; lack; needyness; paucity; scantiness; scarcity; shortage; shortcoming; tightness; want; wringer; wringing machine
Manko blank; gap; hiatus; lacuna; void flaw; gap; shortage
Vakuum empty space; vacuum; void
Öde blank; emptiness; void desolate surroundings; disconsolate surroundings
- emptiness; nihility; nothingness; nullity; vacancy; vacuum
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
stornieren void adjust an account; annul; cancel; rescind; reverse an entry
- annul; avoid; empty; evacuate; invalidate; nullify; quash; vitiate
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ungültig invalid; minimal; natural; null; relaxed; slight; unconstrained; void invalid; not valid; poor
- null
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
minimal invalid; minimal; natural; null; relaxed; slight; unconstrained; void concise; facetiously; infinitesimal; insignificant; little; minimal; minor; scant; slight; small; succinct
nichtig invalid; minimal; natural; null; relaxed; slight; unconstrained; void facetiously; fresh; meager; meagre; minimal; poor; puny; skinny; slight; thin; unbroached; unopened; untouched; unused

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Antonyms for "void":

Related Definitions for "void":

  1. containing nothing2
    • the earth was without form, and void2
  2. lacking any legal or binding force2
    • null and void2
  3. an empty area or space2
    • the huge desert voids2
  4. the state of nonexistence2
  5. excrete or discharge from the body2
  6. take away the legal force of or render ineffective2
  7. clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something2
    • The chemist voided the glass bottle2
    • The concert hall was voided of the audience2
  8. declare invalid2
    • void a plea2
  9. To prohibit the use of a document as a contract.1

Wiktionary Translations for void:

  1. Having lost all legal validity
  1. An empty space; a vacuum
  1. to make invalid or worthless
  2. (medicine) to empty
  1. ungültig
  2. Recht/Rechtsgeschäft: ohne Wirkung; bestimmte Dinge bleiben rechtlich folgenlos
  1. Ort, an dem nichts existiert, Raum, der leer ist

Cross Translation:
void annullieren; für null und nichtig erklären; kassieren abroger — Rendre nul. principalement en parlant de lois, de coutumes
void abschaffen; aufheben; niederschlagen; einstellen; annullieren; für null und nichtig erklären; kassieren annulerrendre nul.
void abgelebt; baufällig; gebrechlich; hinfällig; verfallen caduc — (botanique) Se dit d’un organe, notamment les feuilles, se détachant et tombant chaque année.
void Leere vague — Grand espace vide...
void leer; unvermögend vide — Qui ne contenir rien ; qui est totalement dépourvoir de.
void Leere videespace vide.
void alt; bejahrt; betagt; abgelebt; baufällig; gebrechlich; hinfällig vieux — D’un certain âge (relatif à un autre).

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