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halt

verb [I or T] uk   /hɒlt/ us    /hɑːlt/
to (cause to) stop moving or doing something or happening: "Halt!" called the guard. "You can't go any further without a permit." Production has halted at all of the company's factories because of the pay dispute. Security forces halted the demonstrators by blocking the road.
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halt

noun [S] uk   /hɒlt/ us    /hɑːlt/
an occasion when something stops moving or happening: the recent halt in production Severe flooding has brought trains to a halt (= prevented them from moving) on several lines in Scotland. The bus came to a halt (= stopped) just in time to avoid hitting the wall. If traffic increases beyond a certain level, the city grinds to a halt (= stops completely). The car screeched to a halt (= suddenly and noisily stopped) just as the lights turned red.call a halt to sth to prevent something from continuing: How many more people will have to die before they call a halt to the fighting?
Traducciones de “halt”
en coreano 중단…
en árabe تَوَقُّف…
en francés (s’)arrêter…
en turco durma, hareketsiz kalma…
en italiano fermata, alt…
en chino (tradicionál) (使)停止,停下…
en ruso остановка, прекращение…
en polaco bezruch, zatrzymanie się…
en español parar, detener…
en portugués parada, alto, interrupção…
en alemán halten…
en catalán parada, interrupció…
en japonés 停止, 中止…
en chino (simplificado) (使)停止,停下…
(Definition of halt from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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