The correct answer is nullify.
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The correct answer is (D) To nullify; cancel; overrule. To disregard, to assert one's will, authority, etc. in disregard of. Also, to prevail over; to trample or crush by riding over; to dominate.
Override comes from Middle English overridden, Old English oferridan (to ride across).
Examples of use:
- He overrode the decisions of his predecessor.
- He dispatched a handful of tanks to override the enemy position.