Sinónimos de stop en inglés:

stop


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1‘drastic measures are needed to stop the decline’

SINÓNIMOS
put an end to, put a stop to, bring to an end, end, bring to a stop, halt, bring to a halt
finish, bring to a close, terminate, bring to a standstill, wind up, discontinue, cut short, interrupt, nip in the bud
immobilize, paralyse, deactivate, shut down
ANTÓNIMOS

start, begin, continue

2‘you really should stop smoking’

SINÓNIMOS
cease, discontinue, refrain from, desist from, forbear from, break off, call a halt to, call it a day
give up, abandon, abstain from, cut out
belay
coloquial quit, leave off, knock off, pack in, lay off, give over, jack in

3‘the car stopped outside a terraced house’

SINÓNIMOS
pull up, draw up, come to a stop, come to a halt, come to rest, pull in, pull over
park
inglés de Australia prop

4‘the music stopped’

SINÓNIMOS
come to an end, come to a stop, cease, end, finish, draw to a close, be over, conclude, terminate, come to a standstill
pause, break off
peter out, fade away

5‘she pressed a pad against his side to stop the flow of blood’

SINÓNIMOS
stem, staunch, hold back, check, dam, slow, restrict, restrain
Norteamericano stanch
arcaico stay

6‘he tried to stop her leaving the house’

SINÓNIMOS
prevent, hinder, obstruct, impede, block, bar, preclude
dissuade from
ANTÓNIMOS

encourage

7‘a court action brought by protesters attempting to stop the road plan’

SINÓNIMOS
thwart, balk, foil, frustrate, stand in the way of, forestall
scotch, derail
coloquial put paid to, put the stopper on, put the kibosh on, do for, stymie
Britanico coloquial scupper
ANTÓNIMOS

expedite

8‘talks broke down, and the employers stopped the strikers' wages’

SINÓNIMOS
withhold, suspend, keep back, hold back, refuse to pay, cut off, discontinue

9‘he tried to stop the hole with the heel of his boot’

SINÓNIMOS
block, block up, plug, close, close up, fill, fill up
seal, caulk
bung up, clog, clog up, jam, jam up, choke, choke up
occlude

nombre

1‘all business came to a stop’

SINÓNIMOS
halt, end, finish, close, standstill
cessation, conclusion, termination, stoppage, discontinuation, discontinuance
pause
ANTÓNIMOS

start, beginning, continuation

2‘a brief stop at the small town of Kenora’

SINÓNIMOS
break, stopover, stop-off, stay, rest
formal sojourn

3‘she got off the bus at the last stop’

SINÓNIMOS
bus stop, stopping place, halt
terminus, terminal, depot, station
Britanico fare stage, stage

4‘a stop at the end of a sentence’

SINÓNIMOS
point
punctuation mark
Britanico full stop, full point
Norteamericano period

Phrases

    put a stop to

    ‘new legislation could well put a stop to this practice’


    SINÓNIMOS
    bring to an end, halt, put an end to, end, bring to a stop, bring to a halt
    finish, bring to a close, terminate, bring to a standstill, wind up, discontinue, nip in the bud, put a lid on, put the lid on
    quell, quash, subdue, suppress, stifle
    coloquial put paid to, put the kibosh on, put the stopper on, do for
    stop off

    ‘he decided to stop over in Paris’


    SINÓNIMOS
    break one's journey, take a break, pause
    stay, remain, put up, lodge, rest
    formal sojourn
    arcaico, literario tarry