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Definition of "invalidates" []

  • To render weak or ineffective, as an argument (verb)
  • To take away the legal force or effectiveness of; annul, as a contract (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of invalidate. (verb)

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Use "invalidates" in a sentence
  • "'edit_term' action, which will run every time a category or tag is edited (i.e. we're assuming that the editing of a term invalidates our data and we want to remove the cached version)."
  • "Sorry, as I stated in my previous post, your lack of restraint and childish name-calling invalidates anything you have to say."
  • "Gasoline is taxed to pay for roads, so that kind of invalidates your argument."
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