Suspension is defined as a time period during which something temporarily stops or is put on hold.
An interval of time between periods of activity; extended pause, as between acts of a play
(Prosody) A rhythm break or caesura
A deterioration or decline:
An empty space or a missing part; a gap:
(Geology) The forcing of molten rock into an earlier formation.
A gap in continuity.
The superposition of two or more waves propagating through a given region. Depending on how the peaks and troughs of the interacting waves coincide with each other, the resulting wave amplitude can be higher or smaller than the amplitudes of the individual waves. &diamf3; When two waves interact so that they rise and fall together more than half the time, the amplitude of the resulting wave is greater than that of the larger wave. This is called constructive interference. &diamf3; When two waves interact such that they rise and fall together less than half the time, the resulting amplitude is smaller than the amplitude of the stronger wave. This interference is called destructive interference. It is possible for two waves of the same magnitude to completely cancel out in destructive interference where their sum is always zero, that is, where their peaks and troughs are perfectly opposed.
A disturbing or being disturbed
A distracting or being distracted; confusion
A bringing or coming to an end; a ceasing:
The definition of an obstruction is something that gets in the way, sticks out or blocks passage.
Parenthesis refer to punctuation marks ""("" and "")"" used to separate relevant information or a comment from the rest of the text, or to enclose mathematical symbols, or the text inside of these marks.
A command to stop
A check is the bill a person receives at a restaurant, or a paper order directing your bank to pay money to a third party from your bank account.
A gap or break
That which extends, increases, supplements, or carries on.
The intentional deprivation, whether actual or constructive, of a person’s freedom by legal authorities using forcible restraint, seizure, or otherwise taking the individual into custody, especially in response to a warrant or a suspicion based on probable cause that the person being arrested has committed a crime. The person making the arrest must have the present power to control the person being arrested. Furthermore, the intent to make an arrest must be communicated to the individual who is being detained and that person must understand that the seizure or detention is an intentional arrest. See also privilege and resisting arrest.
Find another word for interruptions. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for interruptions, like: suspensions, breaks, intermissions, pauses, gaps, disruptions, lapses, lacunas, intrusions, interregna and interferences.