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halt

US [hɔlt]
UK [hɔːlt]
  • n.停止;暂停;中断;常用于英式英语
  • v.阻止;(使)停止;(使)中断;(使)停下
  • int.站住;立定;停止前进
  • adj.〈旧〉跛的
  • Web停住;停机;加速寿命测试(Highly Accelerated Life Test)
Past Participle:halted  Present Participle:halting  Simple Present:halts  
Halt
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)停止,停下to stop; to make sb/sth stop
She walked towards him and then halted.
她向他走去,然后停下。
‘Halt!’ the Major ordered(= used as a command to soldiers) .
“立定!”少校发出命令。
The police were halting traffic on the parade route.
警察正阻止游行路线上的车辆前行。
The trial was halted after the first week.
第一周结束后,审判暂停。
n.
1.
[sing]
停止;阻止;暂停an act of stopping the movement or progress of sb/sth
Work came to a halt when the machine broke down.
机器一坏,工作便停了下来。
The thought brought her to an abrupt halt .
她一想到这个便猛地停下了。
The car skidded to a halt.
汽车打滑后停了下来。
Strikes have led to a halt in production.
罢工已经使生产陷于停顿。
They decided it was time to call a halt to the project(= stop it officially) .
他们决定该叫停这项工程了。
2.
[c]
小火车站(只有站台)a small train station in the country that has a platform but no buildings

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