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cease

verb /siːs/
to stop or (bring to an) end
cesar
The soldiers were ordered to cease firing That department has ceased to exist This foolishness must cease! Cease this noise!
ceaseless adjective continuous; never ceasing
incesante
ceaseless noise I’m tired of listening to their ceaseless arguing.
ceaselessly adverb
incesantemente
They fought ceaselessly for justice over many years.
Translations of “cease”
in Korean 멈추다, 중단하다…
in Arabic يوْقِف…
in French cesser…
in Italian cessare, sospendere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 停止,中止…
in Russian прекращать…
in Turkish durdurmak, sona erdirmek, kesmek…
in Polish przerywać, przestawać…
in Portuguese cessar, suspender…
in German aufhören…
in Catalan cessar, suspendre…
in Japanese ~をやめる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 停止,中止…
(Definition of cease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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