Hindi translation of 'halt'
Word forms: halts, halting, halted
2. transitive or intransitive verb, phrase
1. transitive or intransitive verb, phrase
When a vehicle or person halts or when something halts them, they stop moving along and stand still. You can also say that they come to a halt.रोकनाठहरना
She held her hand out flat, to halt him. The lift came to a halt.
2. transitive or intransitive verb, phrase
When something such as development or activity halts, or when you halt it, it stops completely. You can also say that these things come to a halt.रुकनारोकनाअवरुद्ध करना
The government is trying to halt nearly two years of violence.
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Example Sentences Including 'halt'
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Domestic demand also dried up as the property sector sought to limit the building of new homes and car manufacturers halted production.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It brings the economy to a halt.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It was supposed to work by cutting off the blood supply to the tumour and halting its growth.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Japanese car sales suffered a record slump last month after the earthquake and tsunami brought areas of the country to a halt.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The loss-making vehicle manufacturer has halted sales until the problem is fixed.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The slump in sterling and an improvement in global steel prices allowed Tata to halt its sale of the business.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Two weeks of protest forced Petrofac to halt gas production in Tunisia only three months after reopening its facility.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
But all around me, conversation completely halted.ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)
He pulls to a halt at the end of the rank, and hails the cab opposite.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
With that our rally has ground to a shuddering halt.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And the umpires who colluded with them in getting play halted after tea because of bad light are also guilty.The Sun (2013)
He is not ready to bring a halt to his recruitment policy yet.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We have to find a way of halting the slide.The Sun (2013)
I halt just short of the town to explore a ruined castle.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The open door and housekeeping cart brought us to an abrupt halt.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
To try to somehow halt that decline.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
A second safety device should have automatically halted the flow of fuel when the tank was full but also failed.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
BRITAIN ground to a halt yesterday as railways and airports surrendered to a few inches of snow.The Sun (2007)
But experts last night warned it will not halt the spread of the virus.The Sun (2014)
During this period, both sides would thrash out the terms for preliminary negotiations over a permanent halt.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Play continued as some parents yelled for the ref to halt play.The Sun (2006)
Protection zones have been set up to halt the spread.The Sun (2017)
Recovery may take decades unless the decline is halted.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Something must be done to halt the slide.The Sun (2013)
That same year the government also halted its research on the prevalence of the offence.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The audience for the opening night booed so loudly and for so long that the conductor halted the production to allow the tumult to subside.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The leak has halted the flow of 130,000 barrels of crude per day, the company said.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The temptation to halt the government programme for a few days was impressively resisted.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The third flew into the ditch down the right and number four whistled to a halt eight yards short of the raised green.The Sun (2008)
They had driven off from the pumps without paying but their getaway came to a shuddering halt when they barely made it off the forecourt.The Sun (2016)
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'halt' in Other Languages
British English: halt /hɔːlt/ NOUN
A halt is an interruption or end to activity, movement, or progress.
The lift came to a halt.
- American English: halt
- Arabic: وُقوف
- Brazilian Portuguese: parada
- Chinese: 停止
- Croatian: stanka
- Czech: zastavení
- Danish: stop
- Dutch: stilstand
- European Spanish: detención
- Finnish: pysähdys
- French: halte
- German: Pause
- Greek: στάση σταμάτημα
- Italian: fermata
- Japanese: 停止
- Korean: 정지하다
- Norwegian: stans
- Polish: postój
- European Portuguese: paragem
- Romanian: întrerupere
- Russian: остановка
- Spanish: detención
- Swedish: rast
- Thai: การหยุด
- Turkish: duraksama
- Ukrainian: зупинка
- Vietnamese: sự dừng lại
British English: halt VERB
When a person or a vehicle halts or when something halts them, they stop moving in the direction they were going and stand still.
They halted at a short distance from the house.
Translation of halt from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary