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shudder to a halt

If a system shudders to a halt, it suddenly stops working
(系統)突然失靈
The economy has shuddered to a halt because of the civil war.
內戰使經濟一下子陷入停滯。
Not functioning
Translations of “shudder to a halt”
in Chinese (Simplified) (系统)突然失灵…
(Definition of shudder to a halt from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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