Noun(1) a signal that temporarily stops the execution of a program so that another procedure can be carried out
Verb(1) make a break in(2) destroy the peace or tranquility of(3) interfere in someone else's activity(4) terminate
(1) Most people will be highly complimented if you don't interrupt them until they're through.(2) The architects even specified that plastered surfaces were to have no joint markings that would visually interrupt their continuity.(3) There was no attempt to disarm them or in any way interrupt their activities.(4) Some US officials have said they are examining ways to interrupt those activities.(5) Bob was helping a customer when I got to the store and I didn't want to interrupt him until he was finished, but at the same time I wanted to get to the bottom of the schedule quandary.(6) There is a lot to tell you so please do not interrupt me until I am done.(7) Before she had finished making up her part, Rose excitedly offered her suggestions, and had to be sternly told not to interrupt until Karen was finished.(8) Tall as it is, there are no pillars to hold up its glazed roof, or to interrupt the view of MSPs or their audience.(9) Adding the facades will cause tank crewmen to anticipate when the obstacles will obscure their view and interrupt their gun-target line.(10) It is hard to imagine a more isolated and remote spot, set in the heart of the open Suffolk countryside where few landmarks interrupt the flat horizon.(11) I mean, I do not want to interrupt you, but did you ever obstruct the inquiry?(12) In East Africa's game sanctuaries, tourists interrupt critical activities like feeding and suckling of the young.(13) There are no powerlines to interrupt the vistas, and snowmobiles are not allowed on these trails, as they are on most others in the Black Hills.(14) My father sent me to a boys' school in Manila; he was no longer willing, he said, to let the war interrupt my education.(15) You have sun, sea, sand, and that's about it: no traffic noise, no pollution, no beach hawkers and nothing to interrupt your view of the horizon.(16) Let your child cope in his or her own way - don't interrupt the process.
(1) interrupt :: afbryde
2. suspend ::
4. obstruct ::
5. break ::
6. disturb ::
7. disrupt ::
Different Formsinterrupt, interrupted, interrupter, interrupters, interrupting, interrupts
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