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Entry 1 of 2 transitive verb 1 a : to decide not to conduct or perform something planned or expected usually without expectation of conducting or performing it at a later time cancel a football game b : to destroy the force, effectiveness, or validity of : annul cancel a magazine subscription a canceled check c : to match in force or effect : offset — often used with out his irritability canceled out his natural kindness — Osbert Sitwell d : to bring to nothingness : destroy 2 : to deface a postage or revenue stamp especially with a set of ink lines so as to invalidate for reuse 3 a : to remove a common divisor from numerator and denominator b : to remove equivalents on opposite sides of an equation or account 4 a : to mark or strike out for deletion cancel the offensive passage b : omit , delete intransitive verb : to neutralize each other's strength or effect : counterbalance the various pressure groups to a large degree canceled out — J. Conant cancel. To cancel someone is to stop supporting them or their work. This means no longer reading what they write, listening to or watching what they create, or enjoying what they produce. Is it cancelled or canceled? The forms of cancel in American English are typically canceled and canceling ; in British English they are cancelled and cancelling. Cancellation is the usual spelling everywhere, though cancelation is also sometimes used.