止める, 止す, 留める, 止む, 滅びる, 亡びる, 途絶える, 打ち上げる
Noun(1) (`cease' is a noun only in the phrase `without cease'
Verb(1) put an end to a state or an activity(2) have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; either spatial or metaphorical
(1) You can only cease dealing with it if you have dealt with it.(2) Now and again we would have watched a funny TV programme together and hostilities would cease .(3) We could expect that such groups would break up and cease to exist after such a failure.(4) Production will cease at the end of January 2002 and the plant will close shortly afterward.(5) The doctor has a duty to inform the patient that driving should cease and the patient has a duty to act on that advice.(6) on his retirement the job will cease to exist(7) they were asked to cease all military activity(8) Over the next year, her body simply ceased to function.(9) Afterwards it ceases to matter: handshakes all round and down to the pub.(10) Perhaps now that the service has ceased to exist people will begin to realise how valuable it was.(11) With local body reorganisation a number of these positions have ceased to exist.(12) Her coughing ceased for a brief moment when she felt a sharp pain on her lower leg.(13) All activity ceased as soon as Mr Peterson realised that he had been defrauded.(14) While production ceased at the end of World War I, enormous numbers of existing Lewis guns continued to serve.(15) The conversation ceased for a moment when the waitress served their appetizers.(16) Hostilities ceased on 27 July 1953, some three years after they began.
(1) to cease :: 停戦へ
1. come to an end ::
2. bring to an end ::
3. finish ::
1. continue ::
2. persist ::
Different Formscease, ceased, ceaseless, ceases, ceasing
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