abrogate

verb

  • Administrative Law

Definitions of abrogate

  • to end something such as a contract, law, a treaty, or a political arrangement, often without the agreement of the other people or groups involved

    The government's decision to abrogate the ceasefire agreement has disappointed major international powers.

Phrase Bank for abrogate

  • The provisions of this Agreement shall not in any way abrogate your rights under such other plans and agreements.

  • NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of these recitals, the Option is hereby rescinded and abrogated.

  • The Company and the Executive agree that this Section 9 is consistent with and does not abrogate the Company’s obligations to pay the Executive the Succession Payment pursuant to the terms set forth in Section- 3 of this Agreement.

  • This memorandum outlines all terms related to your pending retirement, and the parties agree that any and all documents and or agreements entered into or/of prior date to this agreement are herein cancelled and mutually abrogated by the parties.

  • But America’s European allies are unlikely to help pursue such agreements if Trump hurls ultimatums at them or threatens to abrogate the current agreement.

Additional Notes for abrogate

  • abrogation (noun) the act of ending something such as a law, a treaty, or a political arrangement, often without the agreement of the other people or groups involved: He called for the abrogation of Article 370.