cancellation collocations and examples

 UK /ˌkænsəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/

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a decision to stop something that was arranged from taking place

Adjectives frequently used with cancellation
late: last-minute, late, suddenEven at the busiest of times there can be last-minute cancellations.immediate: immediateHe requested an immediate cancellation of his membership.
Verbs frequently used with cancellation
make a cancellation: makeA holiday may be cancelled provided that the cancellation is made in writing.cause a cancellation: cause, force, lead to, necessitate, result inSnow forced the cancellation of the ” fun run” around Stirling.confirm/announce a cancellation: announce, confirmPlease be sure to confirm a cancellation in writing via email/post.request a cancellation: call for, demand, requestThe report calls for full cancellation of Malawi’s debt.
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