in·ter·rupt

/ˌin(t)əˈrəpt/

verb: interrupt
3rd person present: interrupts
past tense: interrupted
past participle: interrupted
gerund or present participle: interrupting

  1. stop the continuous progress of (an activity or process).
    • stop (someone speaking) by saying or doing something.
  2. break the continuity of (a line or surface).
    • obstruct (something, especially a view).

Origin

Origin of interrupt

late Middle English: from Latin interrupt- ‘broken, interrupted’, from the verb interrumpere, from inter- ‘between’ + rumpere ‘to break’.

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