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void 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/void/,
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Not valid or legally binding,
  1. Not valid or legally binding
    • - the contract was void
  2. (of speech or action) Ineffectual; useless
    • - all the stratagems you've worked out are rendered void
  3. Completely empty
    • - void spaces surround the tanks
  4. Free from; lacking
    • - what were once the masterpieces of literature are now void of meaning
  5. (of an office or position) Vacant

  6. (in bridge and whist) Having been dealt no cards in a particular suit

Verb
  1. Declare that (something) is not valid or legally binding
    • - the Supreme Court voided the statute
  2. Discharge or drain away (water, gases, etc.)

  3. Excrete (waste matter)

  4. Empty or evacuate (a container or space)

Noun
  1. A completely empty space
    • - the black void of space
  2. An emptiness caused by the loss of something
    • - the void left by the death of his wife
  3. An unfilled space in a wall, building, or structure

  4. (in bridge and whist) A suit in which a player is dealt no cards


  1. invalidate: declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
  2. null: lacking any legal or binding force; "null and void"
  3. nothingness: the state of nonexistence
  4. an empty area or space; "the huge desert voids"; "the emptiness of outer space"; "without their support he'll be ruling in a vacuum"
  5. clear (a room, house, place) of occupants or empty or clear (a place or receptacle) of something; "The chemist voided the glass bottle"; "The concert hall was voided of the audience"
  6. containing nothing; "the earth was without form, and void"
  7. The Vocabulary of Interlinked Datasets (voiD) is an RDF vocabulary, and a set of instructions, that enables the discovery and usage of linked data sets. ...
  8. Void is the debut full-length studio album by the American post-metal band Intronaut. It was released on August 23, 2006 in the USA by Goodfellow Records.
  9. In astronomy, voids are the empty spaces between filaments, the largest-scale structures in the Universe, that contain very few, or no, galaxies. ...
  10. Void was a Washington D.C.-based hardcore punk/crossover thrash band. They were one of the first hardcore outfits to fuse hardcore and some heavy metal in a way most hardcore and metal fans could accept, paving the way for bands such as The Melvins, who created a more commercially successful ...
  11. In card games, to be void in a suit of cards is to not have cards of that suit in one's hand. This is useful in games such as Contract Bridge. For instance, one player can lead with the suit in which his partner is void so as to give a ruff.
  12. According to ancient and medieval science, aether (Greek αἰθήρ aithēr), also spelled æther or ether, is the material that fills the region of the Universe above the terrestrial sphere.
  13. An empty space; a vacuum; An extended region of space containing no galaxies; To withdraw, depart; To make invalid or worthless; (medicine) To empty; Having lost all legal validity; That does not return a value
  14. (Voids) (1) In a solid plastic, an unfilled space of such size that it scatters radiant energy such as light.(2) A cavity unintentionally formed in a cellular material and substantially larger than the individual cells.
  15. (Voids) Pockets of entrapped gas that have been cured into a laminate.
  16. (Voids) The opening in the medium.  Also referred to as interstices or pores.
  17. (VOIDS) Spaces in or between particles or fibers of a filtering medium. These spaces determine the permeability and the dirt holding capacity of the filter.
  18. (Voids (Base Materials)) Circular pockets within the resinous area of the laminate, usually formed by entrapped air of volatiles; usually at or near the surface of the laminate.
  19. (Voids (building)) Enclosed portions of a building where fire can spread undetected.
  20. (Voids) Air pockets in the part which have opened or were not filed with material, leaving an opening or hole.
  21. (Voids) Big regions of empty space found amidst galaxy clusters and superclusters.
  22. (Voids) Coating defect: holes in a coating application.
  23. (Voids) Gas or air pockets trapped within a material.
  24. (Voids) Large regions of space without galaxies. [LB90]
  25. (Voids) Small cracks on an object