English translation of 'interrupção'
Word forms: plural interrupções
2. (intervalo) break
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'interrupção' in Other Languages
British English: interruption /ˌɪntəˈrʌpʃən/ NOUN
An interruption is something such as an action, comment, or question, that causes someone or something to stop.
The sudden interruption stopped her in mid-sentence.
- American English: interruption
- Arabic: مُقَاطَعَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: interrupção
- Chinese: 打断
- Croatian: prekid
- Czech: přerušení
- Danish: afbrydelse
- Dutch: onderbreking
- European Spanish: interrupción
- Finnish: keskeytys
- French: interruption
- German: Unterbrechung
- Greek: διακοπή
- Italian: interruzione
- Japanese: 中断
- Korean: 방해
- Norwegian: avbrytelse
- Polish: przerwanie
- European Portuguese: interrupção
- Romanian: întrerupere
- Russian: прерывание
- Spanish: interrupción
- Swedish: avbrott
- Thai: การหยุดชะงัก
- Turkish: müdahale
- Ukrainian: питання
- Vietnamese: sự chen ngang
British English: disruption NOUN
When there is disruption of an event, system, or process, it is prevented from continuing or operating in a normal way.
The strike is expected to cause delays and disruption to flights.
Translation of interrupção from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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