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Translation of "halt" - English-Spanish dictionary

halt

verb /hoːlt/
to (cause to) stop walking, marching, running etc parar, detener The driver halted the train The train halted at the signals. call a halt (to) to stop; to put an end (to) poner fin a It’s time to call a halt to these stupid arguments.
Translations of “halt”
in Arabic يُوْقِف…
in Korean 멈추다…
in Malaysian berhenti…
in French (s’)arrêter…
in Turkish durmak, durdurmak…
in Italian fermare, fermarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)停止,停下…
in Russian останавливать(ся)…
in Polish zatrzymać (się), stanąć, wstrzymać…
in Vietnamese chặn lại…
in Portuguese parar, deter…
in Thai หยุด…
in German halten…
in Catalan aturar(-se)…
in Japanese 止まる(停止する), ~を止める(停止させる)…
in Indonesian menghentikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)停止,停下…
(Definition of halt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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