interrupt definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To break the continuity or uniformity of: Rain interrupted our baseball online game.
    • To impede or end the action or discourse of (some body) by breaking-in on: the child interrupted me personally while I became in the phone.
    • To break into, or between; to end, or impede by breaking in upon this course or development of; to affect the existing or motion of; to cause a short-term cessation of.
    • To divide; to separate; to split the monotony of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to split in on an action or discourse.
  • noun:
    • Computer Science a sign to some type of computer that stops the execution of a running system so another action can be executed.
    • Computer Science A circuit that conveys a signal stopping the execution of a running program.
    • An event that causes some type of computer to briefly cease what it had been performing and focus on an ailment
    • a signal that temporarily stops the execution of a course making sure that another process can be executed
  • verb:
    • to disturb or halt an ongoing process or activity by interfering suddenly.
    • To assert to some type of computer that an extraordinary condition needs to be managed.
    • destroy the serenity or harmony of
    • terminate
    • make a rest in
    • interfere in somebody else's task
  • adjective:
    • Broken; interrupted.
  • others:
    • to create a break or gap in; break this course or continuity of; therefore, to break down; provide a pause or cessation; hinder the continuation of.
    • To break in upon or disturb the activity of; end or impede in performing one thing.
    • Gaping: spreading aside, while the edges of something.
    • Irregular; interrupted.
    • interrupted; interrupted.

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