Definition Of repeal
revoke or annul (a law or congressional act).
the legislation was repealed five months later
the action of revoking or annulling a law or congressional act.
the House voted in favor of repeal
Example Of repeal
A tax-reform panel has recommended eliminating the tax, but repeal would cost $1.2 trillion over the next decade.
And since most experts agree that a full, permanent repeal of the estate tax under the new legislation is unlikely - there's no time like the present.
Are you sure repeal will get you all the money you need?
As most professionals now understand, the recently enacted estate tax repeal means that there is no estate tax repeal .
Finally, the Act of 1534 repealed the Act of 1484, and further stated that aliens could only sell wholesale wares to English-born printers or stationers, and that no bound books were to be imported at all.