Spanish translation of 'abruptly'
1. (= suddenly)
[stop, end, leave] bruscamente ⧫ repentinamente
2. (= brusquely)
[say, ask] bruscamente
3. (= steeply) abruptamente
a cliff rose abruptly before them frente a ellos se alzaba abruptamente un acantilado
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Example Sentences Including 'abruptly'
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I introduced myself but then she abruptly interrupted me: `Look.THE EXECUTION (2002)
It would burst forth abruptly, brought on by drink sometimes, by drugs, by the recollection of an incident he found unjust.THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)
He stared at the photos, then abruptly turned away, putting his hand to his mouth.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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'abruptly' in Other Languages
British English: abruptly /əˈbrʌptlɪ/ ADVERB
If you do something abruptly, you do it in an abrupt manner.
He stopped abruptly.
- American English: abruptly
- Arabic: بِشَكْل مُفاجِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: repentinamente
- Chinese: 突然地
- Croatian: naglo
- Czech: náhle
- Danish: brat
- Dutch: abrupt
- European Spanish: abruptamente
- Finnish: yhtäkkiä
- French: soudainement
- German: plötzlich
- Greek: αιφνίδια
- Italian: improvvisamente
- Japanese: 不意に
- Korean: 갑자기
- Norwegian: brått
- Polish: nagle
- European Portuguese: repentinamente
- Romanian: brusc
- Russian: внезапно
- Spanish: abruptamente
- Swedish: plötsligt
- Thai: อย่างทันทีทันใด
- Turkish: aniden
- Ukrainian: раптово
- Vietnamese: một cách đột ngột
Translation of abruptly from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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