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Definition of 'interrupted'

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An interrupted preparation puts me off, though. The Sun (2006)The inquiry interrupted work that he greatly preferred as chairman of a minimum wage committee in Newcastle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Signs to look out for include interrupted sleep patterns, loss of appetite and a lack of interest in hobbies. The Sun (2013)And then football interrupted proceedings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can't go into a race of this calibre with an interrupted preparation so we have decided he will not run. The Sun (2012)A loud sneering sound interrupted proceedings. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He would be running in a Gold Cup at that age with interrupted preparation with his leg. Times, Sunday Times (2016)RAIN interrupted play yesterday but soon that will be a thing of the past on Centre Court. The Sun (2008)In fact, both tremors were too small to cause any damage other than interrupted sleep, and were weaker than those typically caused by coal mining. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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