rescission

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EtymologyEdit

1651, Late Latin rescissio,[1] from Latin rescindō (I cut back), from re- (back) + scindō (I cut).

NounEdit

rescission (countable and uncountable, plural rescissions)

  1. An act of rescinding: removing, taking away, or taking back.
  2. (law) The undoing of a contract; repeal.

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  1. ^ rescission”, in Merriam–Webster Online Dictionary.

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