come+to+a+stop

  • 1 come to a stop — ► to stop happening: »At one point mail deliveries just came to a stop. Main Entry: ↑stop …

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  • 2 come to a stop — index close (terminate), halt Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 come to a stop — to stop Suddenly the music came to a stop …

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  • 4 come to a stop — …

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  • 5 Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before — Single par The Smiths extrait de l’album Strangeways, Here We Come Face A Stop Me If You Think You ve Heard This One Before Face B I Keep Mine Hidden Sortie 1987 Durée …

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  • 6 come on — {v.} 1. To begin; appear. * /Rain came on toward morning./ * /He felt a cold coming on./ 2. To grow or do well; thrive. * /The wheat was coming on./ * /His business came on splendidly./ 3. or[come upon]. To meet accidentally; encounter; find. *… …

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  • 7 come on — {v.} 1. To begin; appear. * /Rain came on toward morning./ * /He felt a cold coming on./ 2. To grow or do well; thrive. * /The wheat was coming on./ * /His business came on splendidly./ 3. or[come upon]. To meet accidentally; encounter; find. *… …

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  • 8 Come On Over (Plain White T's album) — Come on Over Studio album by Plain White T s Released …

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  • 9 Stop — Stop, v. i. 1. To cease to go on; to halt, or stand still; to come to a stop. [1913 Webster] He bites his lip, and starts; Stops on a sudden, looks upon the ground; Then lays his finger on his temple: strait Springs out into fast gait; then stops …

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  • 10 come to — ► come to 1) recover consciousness. 2) (of an expense) amount to. 3) (of a ship) come to a stop. Main Entry: ↑come …

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  • 11 stop — stop1 W1S1 [stɔp US sta:p] v past tense and past participle stopped present participle stopping ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not move)¦ 2¦(not continue)¦ 3¦(pause)¦ 4¦(prevent)¦ 5¦(stay)¦ 6 will/would stop at nothing (to do something) 7 stop short of (doing)… …

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  • 12 stop — An order to buy or sell at the market when a definite price is reached, either above (on a buy) or below (on a sell) the price that prevailed when the order was given. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. stop stop 1 [stɒp ǁ stɑːp] verb… …

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  • 13 stop — 1. verb 1) we can t stop the decline Syn: put an end/stop/halt to, bring to an end/stop/halt/close/standstill, end, halt; finish, terminate, discontinue, cut short, interrupt, nip in the bud; deactivate, shut down Ant: start …

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  • 14 stop — stop1 [ stap ] verb *** ▸ 1 prevent something ▸ 2 no longer do something ▸ 3 no longer move ▸ 4 (make) work no longer ▸ 5 stay at someone s house ▸ 6 block pipe/hole etc. ▸ 1 no longer do something ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) transitive to prevent someone… …

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  • 15 stop — 1 verb stopped, stopping 1 NOT MOVE OR CONTINUE (I, T) to no longer move or continue to do something, or to make someone or something do this: Stop, thief! | stop sth: Apply pressure to stop the bleeding. | You ll have to stop the generator, it s …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 stop — I UK [stɒp] / US [stɑp] verb Word forms stop : present tense I/you/we/they stop he/she/it stops present participle stopping past tense stopped past participle stopped *** Get it right: stop: When you want to say that someone is no longer doing… …

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  • 17 stop — I n. halt cessation 1) to make a stop 2) to put a stop to (the teacher put a stop to the cheating) 3) to bring to a stop (the driver brought the bus to a stop) 4) to come to a stop (the train came to a stop) 5) an abrupt, sudden; brief; dead;… …

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  • 18 stop — 1. verb 1) we can t stop the decline Syn: end, halt, finish, terminate, wind up, discontinue, cut short, interrupt, nip in the bud, shut down 2) he stopped running Syn: cease …

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  • 19 come to — verb 1. cause to experience suddenly (Freq. 10) Panic struck me An interesting idea hit her A thought came to me The thought struck terror in our minds They were struck with fear • Syn: ↑hit, ↑ …

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  • 20 stop — [[t]stɒ̱p[/t]] ♦ stops, stopping, stopped 1) VERB If you have been doing something and then you stop doing it, you no longer do it. [V ing] Stop throwing those stones!... [V ing] He can t stop thinking about it... [V ing] I ve been told to lose… …

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