it was canceled

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it was canceled
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (it was called off)
a. se canceló
I was supposed to play a show tonight, but it was canceled.Se suponía que iba a tocar un concierto esta noche, pero se canceló.
b. se suspendió
What happened with your baseball game? - It was canceled because of the rain.¿Qué pasó con tu partido de béisbol? - Se suspendió debido a la lluvia.
c. fue cancelado
Our flight never ended up taking off because it was canceled.Nuestro vuelo nunca llegó a salir porque fue cancelado.
d. fue suspendido
How was the wedding you went to on Sunday? - It was a disaster. There was an outdoor banquet, but it was canceled because of rain.Qué tal la boda a la que fuiste el domingo? - Un desastre. Había un banquete al aire libre, pero fue suspendido por la lluvia
2. (it was invalidated)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
The order was never shipped because it was canceled due to lack of inventory.El pedido no se envió porque lo anularon por falta de existencias.
We received the check, but it was canceled before we were able to cash it.Recibimos el cheque, pero lo habían anulado antes de que lo pudiéramos cobrar.
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