Traducción de void en Español:

void

vacío, n.

Pronunciación /vɔɪd/

Ver definición en Español de vacío

nombre

  • 1

    (emptiness)
    vacío masculino
    his death left a great void in my life su muerte dejó un gran vacío en mi vida
    • There's a giant void, an emptiness that will never, ever be filled.
    • In a press statement, the leaders have described Azad a poet par excellence and said his loss has created a void in literary circles.
    • His loss leaves a void in the community which will be difficult to replace and we tender our deepest sympathies to the bereaved.
    • All that there was left was an emptiness, a void.
    • His presence helped to replace some of the emptiness inside, the void in her heart.
    • It is the emptiness, the void that swallows me for a moment, and I realize I am working, and far from my love.
    • Our approach in the changes we made was to augment his presence, and his loss left a void in the team and organization.
    • He is coming off a good season, and his loss would create a void in the locker room.
    • After about four years of separation that was filled with this gigantic hidden void of emptiness and despair, why now?
    • The loss of Dad will leave a huge void in our lives.
    • In modern times, the town's main employers were coal mining and associated heavy engineering, the loss of which created a void in the economy.
    • However, perhaps the biggest void will be caused by the loss of on-loan Celtic forward, David Fernandez.
    • Gwen felt as though half of her soul had been ripped away from her, leaving nothing but a gaping void.
    • She reached for her power and found nothing, just a void.
    • The never-ending flow of mental activity started as consciousness abruptly exploded from the void of nothingness.
    • Government regulations prohibiting the use of ephedra left a tremendous void in the energy/weight loss category.
    • Instead of the flood of emotions that I had been expecting, I felt nothing but a void in my heart.
    • Williams was clearly their best tackle and his loss will leave a major void.
    • Nothing you do will be able to fill the void you fill towards the loss of doing what you love as a lawyer.
    • But it had to come to an end, leaving me with a renewed feeling of void and emptiness.

adjetivo

  • 1literario to be void of

    (empty)
    estar desprovisto de
    estar falto de
    she felt void of all emotion se sentía vacía
    • In these valves, the valve seats are placed on opposite sides of the ball and axially pressed together to form a substantially void free axial seal.
    • Instead they have found a home in the void zone between success and failure.
    • The below-decks, where the void rooms, hold, cannon-deck, and pretty much everything else in the ship was located.
    • In fact, it is the lipid tilt degree of freedom that allows a fusion stalk to exist without the formation of a void region inside.
    • Do we long for the filling up of every void place and gap in our hearts?
    • From the difficulty of assigning a beginning of time, he argued the eternity of existing nature, of void space, and of motion.
    • She decided to just transfer her mind into a blank and void world so that her thoughts did not overtake her and carry her to a place that she didn't want to go again.
    • The bed is a void space, a limbo where life's pause button can be pressed at will.
    • He continued to sit, staring into the void space.
    • The atomists held that there are smallest indivisible bodies from which everything else is composed, and that these move about in an infinite void space.
    • It should be noted that the void spaces inside the load do not include those in sealed packages, where the pressure may be different from that of the headspace.
    • When we deduct the void spaces and add the exterior staircases and temple, we arrive at a total of around 1.5 million stones.
    • His hope is that they will fill both large and small void spaces and be able to repel a wide range of both water- and oil-based stains.
    • Nevertheless, attraction across void space seemed a mystery, and some of his eminent contemporaries were unwilling to accept his physics.
    • The effectiveness of this compactional pump diminished over time as void space in the peat gradually collapsed.
    • At first floor level this area is void, indicating perhaps why much of this accommodation at ground level has not been capable of sub-division.
    • This ratio provides an indication of the available void space within the pore structure of the brick unit to accommodate freezing expansion.
    • Porosity is defined as the ratio of the volume of pores, or void space, in a porous material to the bulk volume of the material, which includes both solids and voids.
    • The architect created a void space shielded with glass to allow sunlight to penetrate into the interior.
    • It is soluble in water, which means, before conducting atmosphere readings in tanks and void spaces, any residual water will need to be agitated or mopped up.
    • The presence of the cavities suggests that sufficient void space is provided for protein structural fluctuations to allow oxygen penetration.
    • These minerals are found in void spaces within and between pillows.
    • In such configurations, the glucose ring fills the void space between adjacent headgroups.
    • It does not include all of the void space on mineral restoration works.
    • Ephrahim, Pastory's nephew and a clan member, filed a suit requesting the Primary Court to declare that the land was void since females had no power under Haya customary law to sell clan land.
    • Monuments - or projects for monuments - began to espouse holes, void spaces and black surfaces, and inversions.
    • In 1965, he started stacking his metal boxes on the wall, encompassing the void spaces between the boxes as part of the single art object.
    • The boathouse was empty, and left a void space of sea water in the middle of the room.
  • 2

    Derecho
    (invalid)
    nulo
    inválido
    to make sth void anular / invalidar algo
    • By its terms the eviction order would be void if the plaintiffs paid to the defendant a stipulated amount on or before January 28, 2003.
    • When a jurisdictional error by the body is deemed to have occurred, it means that the decision has always been legally void.
    • Is the liquidated damages provision valid or is it void for uncertainty or inoperable?
    • Accordingly, whether or not I am right about the boundary shown by the conveyances, I hold that the boundary agreement is not void against the defendant for want of registration.
    • It was enticed by false representations, and if that agreement, the lease was void, then a legal lease could not grow out of that.
    • But there is nothing in this case which would warrant the grant of an injunction against the third respondent unless the decision of the Tribunal was void.
    • As the jury found the agreement was a loan on the security of the car, the Court of Criminal Appeal quashed D's conviction as this agreement was void and thus the car was unencumbered.
    • The effect then is that the discretion conferred by Parliament is exercised, at least in part, by the wrong authority, and the resulting decision is ultra vires and void.
    • The condition was therefore unenforceable or void for uncertainty and, even if the other grounds were to fail, the decision should be quashed to allow this matter to be corrected.
    • A brief review of the law indicates that a contract claimed to be entered under duress or undue influence is voidable, not void; it may be ratified by subsequent conduct.
    • The authors argue that, despite the provision in Article 53 that inconsistent treaties are void, the doctrine has had little formal or practical consequence.
    • The former made void proceedings by way of levying execution against a company being wound up by the court.
    • The parties are also agreed that my previous rulings are void as a result of the mistrial.
    • First he invoked the doctrine of non est factum and alleged that the charge was void.
    • Both parties accepted that the variation agreement was void.
    • If such an agreement is always void, employers would be deterred from settling disputes.
    • In a nutshell, the important issue is whether the compromise of proceedings entered into by parties on the basis of a common mistake of law is void by reason of that mistake.
    • The position is that the articles have legislated a particular set of sanctions, namely, that a transfer which does not comply with the article is void.
    • Any agreements or decisions prohibited pursuant to this Article shall be automatically void.
    • So Joe claimed the marriage between his father and J'Noel was void.
  • 3

    (in card games)
    he was void in hearts no tenía corazones

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    Medicina
    (bladder/bowels) evacuar
    • This heating would melt the wax and allow it to be poured off or voided, leaving a hollow mould.
    • Patients are discharged the day after surgery providing they are afebrile, voiding after Foley catheter removal, achieving pain management with oral medication, and ambulating without difficulty.
    • The normal adult bladder holds approximately 400 ml of urine and when more than this amount has entered the bladder the pressure starts to rise and the desire to void urine is felt.
    • All patients who had an indwelling Foley catheter were successfully voiding within 12 days after the procedure.
    • The nurse reviews postoperative teaching, discharge planning, and follow-up office visits with the patient and ensures that he or she has voided before discharge to physical therapy.
    • The initial determination of microscopic hematuria should be based on microscopic examination of urinary sediment from a freshly voided, clean-catch, midstream urine specimen.
  • 2

    Derecho
    (agreement/check) anular
    (agreement/check) invalidar
    • The lower courts in Ohio voided the contracts on the grounds that they were usurious loans.
    • But the Supreme Court voided the civil damages award.
    • For these reasons, the Supreme Court voided the visitation order.
    • In the case of a criminal trial, that means that a defendant can void a conviction because of such discrimination.
    • So, automatically, these licenses are voided because the supreme court rules that the mayor overstepped his bounds?
    • By the terms of the tribunal's order the pending termination of the tenancy was voided when the eviction order was voided, namely on January 28, 2003.
    • Before the mid-eighteenth century, courts were prepared to void a statute if it was deemed to clash with common law.
    • At the time, North Carolina law voided marriages ‘between a white person and a person of Negro or Indian blood to the third generation inclusive.’
    • The vote was voided by the Supreme Court on fraud allegations.
    • One might expect that a Member of Parliament whose election was voided by the High Court would be required to step down.
    • The country's highest court has voided the country's run-off election amid charges it was fixed for the candidate backed by Moscow.
    • The notice had been filed against a ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeal voiding the department's medicine pricing regulations.
    • The reason for this exception is to prevent the statute of limitations from voiding the taxpayer's ability to take this deduction.
    • In 1972, the Supreme Court, in Furman v. Georgia, voided all existing state death penalty statutes, thus suspending the death penalty.
    • Will judges invoke their own narrow, ideological readings of the Constitution to void progressive legislation?
    • Many of the legal consequences of marriage have now been applied even to void unions, and virtually all marriages are open to dissolution even if only one spouse wishes it.
    • It argued that the funds could be wasted if a court later voids the measure.
    • The negative form of the section means that both substantial compliance with the law and no effect upon the result are required to save breaches of duty or the rules from voiding the election.
    • Even if the state doesn't prosecute you for it, doing it voids your malpractice insurance which means you may lose your ability to practice anywhere.
    • If baseball had a real commissioner, he would have stepped in - for the good of the game - and voided that contract.