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Adjective
Having been stopped or halted
“Gaps in the manuscript have been noted where they occur to aid in the reconstruction of the now interrupted sequence of events.”
Adjective
Having been interfered with
“His train of thought was interrupted by a movement upstairs.”
Adjective
Occurring at irregular intervals
“Frequently, the structure of this fibrinous clot proves it to have been deposited at interrupted intervals.”
Adjective
Bit by bit
Adjective
Occurring at intervals
Adjective
Postponed
Verb
Past tense for to interrupt or intrude on a conversation or activity
“There was no attempt to disarm them or in any way interrupt their activities.”
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Past tense for to break the continuity of (a line or surface)
“The architects even specified that plastered surfaces were to have no joint markings that would visually interrupt their continuity.”
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Past tense for to disturb or halt (an ongoing process or action, or the person performing it) by interfering suddenly
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“We interrupted our holiday to return to London.”
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Past tense for to obstruct (something, especially a view)
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“Tall as it is, there are no pillars to hold up its glazed roof, or to interrupt the view of MSPs or their audience.”
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Past tense for to interfere in matters that are not one's concern
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Past tense for to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
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Past tense for to insult, tease, make fun of or badger
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Past tense for interrupt the sleep, relaxation, or privacy of
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Past tense for to stop, deflect or divert (something in progress or motion)
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Past tense for to interrupt a discussion for the purpose of making a comment
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Past tense for encroach or intrude on
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Past tense for make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice
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Past tense for to stop operating
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Past tense for to act in advance of, especially with preventative measures
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Caused disagreement between
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Past tense for to provide assuagement or palliation to
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Past tense for to become involved in a matter
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Charged in
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Past tense for forcibly put an end to
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Past tense for to put into a new position
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Past tense for have an effect, especially a negative one
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Past tense for to capture or attack suddenly and unexpectedly
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