アボート打ち切る, 流産させる, 中絶する, 中止する, 失敗する
Noun(1) the act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed
Verb(1) terminate before completion(2) cease development, die, and be aborted(3) terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion
(1) The woman can abort anywhere, wherever she is at the time, it doesn't matter.(2) She wouldn't have been able to if she and her boyfriend hadn't decided to abort when she became pregnant at 19 because they were too embarrassed to buy condoms in the small town in which they lived.(3) The raid was cancelled when surrender discussions started, but the abort message did not reach the aircraft and 57 out of 100 dropped their bombs before an emergency flare signal was seen.(4) Also it causes pregnant Vixens to abort , which again is very painful.(5) At any time, however, if any doubt arises the pilot can abort the drop - caution is considered an asset.(6) My mother told him she would abort , but instead packed up her stuff and ran.(7) The cost of all of this new equipment came to a grand total of $260,000, qualifying our takeoff abort as a Class B mishap.(8) Remember, too that women with disabilities also choose to have pre-natal screening and may also choose to abort a disabled fetus.(9) Maj Berge immediately called for an abort during this critical phase of flight.(10) If endosperm cell division is halted at an early stage, kernels abort and fail to set seed.(11) Aside from causing pregnant cows to abort , this would threaten the state's brucellosis-free status, and hence its vital livestock industry.(12) He immediately notified the pilot to shut down the engine and recommended the pilot abort the sortie.(13) The Bill also allows the victims of rape or incest to abort the fetus till 18 weeks.(14) When the gynoecium did not abort , F1 flowers were protogynous with the stigma maturing prior to the anthers.(15) When a couple have decided to have only one child and they abort a fetus with a severe disorder, the child they later do have can be seen as replacing the one who would have been born.(16) On the phone, he'd said there were any number of reasons a cow might abort - including practically no reason at all.
1. halt ::
2. stop ::
3. end ::
4. ax ::
5. call off ::
6. cut short ::
7. discontinue ::
8. terminate ::
9. arrest ::
10. cancel ::
11. scrub ::
12. pull the plug on ::
1. continue ::
2. keep ::
Different Formsabort, aborted, aborting, aborts
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