What is the opposite of continued?

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Adjective
Opposite of continuing over a (usually extended) period of time
“The company's financial problems were just a temporary blip.”
Adjective
Opposite of never relaxing or slackening
Adjective
Opposite of without breaks, gaps or interruptions
“I seem to be having Internet issues with my connection being intermittent and slow.”
Adjective
Opposite of happening regularly, time after time
Adjective
Opposite of observed
Adjective
Opposite of ongoing, or in progress
“Before his job is finished, he will create a list of suggestions that could reduce the energy consumption of her home by 50 per cent.”
Adjective
Opposite of everlasting, eternal
Adjective
Opposite of over a protracted period of time
Adjective
Opposite of devoted completely to one object
Adjective
Opposite of in continuing order
Verb
Opposite of to have become larger in size or degree
“The number of autocracies in the world declined in the late 1980s.”
Verb
(intransitive) Opposite of past tense for to persist in or proceed with an activity or action
“The young girl had to stop running in the race after she felt her knee buckle.”
Verb
(transitive) Opposite of past tense for to maintain or prolong
“Due to recent events, it has become necessary for us to suspend your credit card.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to remain in existence or active
“Due to the backlash we have received, we have had to cease making the limited edition models.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to last or endure in a particular condition or state
“Their relationship will end if they cannot find a resolution to their differences.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to remain in a given situation or state
“He would abandon his post as Governor after his position was made untenable.”
Verb
(transitive) Opposite of past tense for to resume after a brief discontinuance
“The principal had to halt all activities as paramedics attended to a student affected by the intense heat.”
Verb
(intransitive) Opposite of past tense for to resume after a brief discontinuance
“He's down and out, so the fight has to stop.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to make progress or advance something that has already started
“If you don't stop twiddling your thumbs, the investigation will begin to stagnate.”
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