revoqué
I revoked
The word revoqué is the preterite form of revocar in the first person singular. See the full revocar conjugation.

revocar

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revocar(
rreh
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boh
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kahr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to annul)
a. to revoke
La policía de tránsito revocó mi licencia por manejar en estado de ebriedad.The traffic police revoked my license for driving under the influence of alcohol.
b. to reverse
El comité revocó su decisión de expulsar a la estudiante y decidió darle una segunda oportunidad.The committee reversed its decision to expel the student and decided to give her a second chance.
2. (to coat)
a. to plaster
Los albañiles revocaron la pared del patio que estaba cuarteada.The construction workers plastered the cracked wall in the patio.
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revocar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (orden, decisión)
a. to revoke
2. (construction)
a. to plaster
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revocar
transitive verb
1 [+decisión] to revoke; reverse; [+orden] to cancel; [+persona] to remove from his/her post; axe; ax; (EEUU)
2 [+humo] to blow back
3 (Archit) (enlucir) to plaster; (encalar) to whitewash
4 (disuadir) to dissuade;de from
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