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Translation of "interrupt" - English-Spanish dictionary

interrupt

verb   /ˌɪn·təˈrʌpt/
B1 to stop someone while they are talking or doing something, by saying or doing something yourself interrumpir Sorry to interrupt, but what time is it?
to stop something from happening for a short period interrumpir We had to interrupt our trip when we heard John’s mother was unwell.
(Definition of interrupt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

interrupt

verb /intəˈrapt/
to stop a person while he is saying or doing something, especially by saying etc something oneself interrumpir He interrupted her while she was speaking He interrupted her speech Listen to me and don’t interrupt!
to stop or make a break in (an activity etc) interrumpir He interrupted his work to eat his lunch The sound of the doorbell interrupted my thoughts.
to cut off (a view etc) obstruir; esconder A block of flats interrupted their view of the sea.
interruption /-ʃən/ noun
the act of interrupting or state of being interrupted interrupción His failure to complete the job was due to constant interruption.
something that interrupts interrupción I get too many interruptions in my work.
(Definition of interrupt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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