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interrupt

US [ˌɪntəˈrʌpt]
UK [.ɪntə'rʌpt]
  • v.打扰;插嘴;打岔;使暂停
  • Web中断;打断;妨碍
Simple Present:interrupts  Present Participle:interrupting  Past Tense:interrupted  
interrupt
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v.
1.
[i][t]
插嘴;打扰;打岔to say or do sth that makes sb stop what they are saying or doing
Sorry to interrupt, but there's someone to see you.
对不起打扰一下,有人要见你。
Would you mind not interrupting with questions all the time?
请你别老是插嘴问问题好吗?
I hope I'm not interrupting you.
我希望我没有打搅你。
They were interrupted by a knock at the door.
他们被敲门声打断了。
‘I have a question,’ she interrupted.
“我有一个问题。”她插嘴道。
2.
[t]
~ sth
使暂停;使中断to stop sth for a short time
The game was interrupted several times by rain.
比赛因下雨中断了几次。
We interrupt this programme to bring you an important news bulletin.
我们暂停本节目,插播重要新闻。
3.
[t]
~ sth
阻断,遮挡(连续线条、平面、景色等)to stop a line, surface, view, etc. from being even or continuous

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