Emotionally upset; greatly perturbed
Relating to or being a tax that amounts to a higher percentage of income as income decreases or that places a proportionately higher burden on lower-income taxpayers.
Not (yet) made
(comparative more ordered, superlative most ordered)
(Idiomatic) In accordance with the procedural rules governing formal meetings of a deliberative body.
The definition of converse is reversed in order or position.
(Law) To make void or annul (an erroneous lower court decision):
To revoke, repeal, or cancel (a law, order, etc.)
To cancel or revoke (a command or order)
To withdraw, repeal, rescind, cancel, or annul (a law, permit, etc.)
To bring about the downfall, destruction, or ending of, especially by force or concerted action:
To disregard, overrule, or nullify
To void the findings of another court; overturn; set aside.
Having a brief, regularly occurring, apparently backward movement in the sky as viewed from Earth against the background of fixed stars. Retrograde movement of the planets is caused by the differing orbital velocities of Earth and the body observed. For example, the outer planets normally appear to drift gradually eastward in the sky in relation to the fixed stars; that is, they appear night after night to fall a little farther behind the neighboring stars in their westward passage across the sky. However, at certain times a particular planet appears briefly to speed up and move westward a bit more quickly than the neighboring stars. This happens as Earth, in its faster inner orbit, overtakes and passes the planet in its slower outer orbit; the appearance of moving counter to its usual eastward drift is thus simply the result of perspective as seen from Earth.
To retract is to withdraw something you said or did.
To renege is to abandon something or go back on something you had promised.
To cancel out
To turn in for replacement:
To defeat is defined as to beat someone at something or to prevent something from happening.
To engage in an exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language.
To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch:
To offset or cancel each other
To go back over the course by which one has come.
(Linguistics) To change (a vowel) by umlaut.
(Logic) To change (a proposition) by conversion
To be reminiscent of; seem similar to:
To be the double of
To reverse direction.
To suit; be convenient to
To bring about or impose by force
To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
To set aside or have set aside for a special person, etc.
To maintain or affirm:
(Poker slang) To make a continuation bet.
Approach means to move close to something.
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