To officially cancel the power or effect of something, such as a law, license, agreement, etc; to make something invalid.
1) The judge revoked his driver's license.
2) Their privileges were revoked after they misbehaved.
Middle English, from Middle French revocer, revoquer, from Latin revocare, from re- + vocare which means 'to call'.
abandon, abort, call, call off, recall, repeal, rescind, cancel