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Translation of "stop" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stop

verb (FINISH) 完成     /stɒp/ US  /stɑːp/ (-pp-)
[I or T] to finish doing something that you were doing (使)停止;(使)停下;中斷 Once I start eating chocolate, I can't stop. 我一開始吃巧克力,就停不了嘴。 [+ -ing verb] Stop shouting - you're giving me a headache! 別再叫了——你搞得我頭都痛了! I couldn't stop laughing. 我忍不住笑個不停。 Stop it!/Stop that! 住手! Causing something to endComing to an end [I or T] to not continue to operate (使)停止工作,(使)停止運作 My watch must have stopped. 我的手錶一定是停了。 The air conditioner has stopped working. 空調不動了。 Not functioning [I or T] to not move any more or to make someone or something not move any more (使)停止,(使)停下 Stop the car, I want to get out! 把車停下來,我要下去! I heard him shout "Stop, or I'll shoot!" 我聽到他大叫:「停下,否則我就開槍!」 Immobility [I + -ing verb] to finish doing something that you do regularly or as a habit 戒除,停止(常做的事或習慣) Apparently she's stopped drinking. 顯然,她戒酒了。 I stopped seeing him last year. 去年我和他分手了。 Causing something to endComing to an end [I] to pause in a journey or an activity for a short time 中途暫停;逗留 Does this train stop at Finsbury Park? 這班列車會停靠芬斯伯裡公園嗎? Why don't you just stop somewhere and ask for directions? 為甚麼你不找個地方停一下問問路呢? [+ to infinitive] I stopped to pick up a letter that I'd dropped. 我停下腳步,撿起我掉在地上的信。 Cancelling and interrupting
(Definition of stop verb (FINISH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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