Third-person singular simple present indicative form of null. (verb)
Examples of word nulls
Eventually they concluded that the Roman letters were so-called nulls, meant to mislead the code breaker, and that the letters represented spaces between words made up of elaborate symbols.
That is, they operate at their full licensed power in only a few (or perhaps only one) direction, and have big dents or "nulls" in other directions.
The car is fully 14 seconds quicker around the Nurburgring than a 997 Carrera, but it gets there with a lot of code-driven handling interventions, such as the active roll-compensation system, which weirdly nulls out almost all body roll as the car corners.
He must be a super, one of the ones that nulls powers.
For instance, new this year is a crosswind-stabilization feature that nulls out the buffeting of heavy weather.