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  • abate — /ə bāt/ vb abat·ed, abat·ing [Old French abattre, literally, to knock down, from a , prefix stressing result + battre to beat] vt 1 a: to put an end to or do away with abate a nuisance b: make void: null …   Law dictionary

  • Abate — A*bate ([.a]*b[=a]t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abated}, p. pr. & vb. n. {Abating}.] [OF. abatre to beat down, F. abattre, LL. abatere; ab or ad + batere, battere (popular form for L. batuere to beat). Cf. {Bate}, {Batter}.] 1. To beat down; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • NUISANCE — The owner or person in possession of land is not at liberty to use it as he pleases. Land, even if unencumbered, may not be used in such manner as to harm or disturb one s neighbors. Any neighbor can require the offending landowner to abate the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Nuisance — For the 1921 film, see The Nuisance. For statistics, see Nuisance parameter. Nuisance (also spelled nocence, through Fr. noisance, nuisance, from Lat. nocere, to hurt ) is a common law tort. It means that which causes offence, annoyance, trouble… …   Wikipedia

  • abate — verb (abated; abating) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French abatre to strike down more at rebate Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to put an end to < abate a nuisance > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • nuisance — nui·sance / nüs əns, nyüs / n [Anglo French nusaunce, from Old French nuire to harm, from Latin nocēre]: something (as an act, object, or practice) that invades or interferes with another s rights or interests (as the use or enjoyment of… …   Law dictionary

  • abate — ► VERB 1) (of something bad) become less intense or widespread. 2) Law reduce or remove (a nuisance). DERIVATIVES abatement noun. ORIGIN Old French abatre to fell , from Latin battere to beat …   English terms dictionary

  • abate — [ə bāt′] vt. abated, abating [ME abaten < OFr abattre, to beat down: see A 2 & BATTER1] 1. to make less in amount, degree, force, etc. 2. to deduct 3. Law to put a stop to (a suit or action), end (a nuisance …   English World dictionary

  • abate — abatable, adj. abater; Law. abator, n. /euh bayt /, v., abated, abating. v.t. 1. to reduce in amount, degree, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish: to abate a tax; to abate one s enthusiasm. 2. Law. a. to put an end to or suppress (a nuisance). b.… …   Universalium

  • abate — /əˈbeɪt / (say uh bayt) verb (abated, abating) –verb (t) 1. to reduce in amount, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish: to abate a tax; to abate one s enthusiasm. 2. Law to put an end to or suppress (a nuisance); suspend or extinguish (an action);… …   Australian English dictionary

  • abate — a•bate [[t]əˈbeɪt[/t]] v. a•bat•ed, a•bat•ing 1) to reduce in amount, degree, intensity, etc.; lessen; diminish: to abate a tax; to abate one s enthusiasm[/ex] 2) law Law. a) to stop or suppress (an action, nuisance, etc.) b) to annul (a writ) 3) …   From formal English to slang

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