Entertainment / Literature / Cancel: A bibliographical term referring to a leaf which is substituted for one removed by the printers because of an error. For instance, the first quarto of Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida has a title page existing in both cancelled and uncancelled states, leaving modern readers in some doubt as to whether the play should be considered a comedy, history, or tragedy.
Cancel Noun Synonyms: prattle, prate, patter, gossip, cackle, jabbering, chattering
Cancel Verb Synonyms: void, annul, invalidate, nullify, quash, revoke, rescind, redeem, repeal, abolish, retract, withdraw, recall, repudiate, abrogate, countermand, deny
Life Style / Travel / Cancellation penalty : A fee to charged to customers that cancel flights after booking reservations. Fees typically vary based on the agency or carrier. MORE
Business / Finance / Good Til Cancelled Order (GTC): Used in the context of general equities. Market or limited price order that remains viable for a stated period of time unless cancelled, executed, or changed, after which such order or the portion the MORE