- n.停止,车站,逗留,障碍,风琴的音栓,填塞 vi.停止,被塞住 vt.塞住,堵塞,阻止,击落,断绝,终止,难倒
- Linseed oil putty is widely used as a stopper but is slow hardening and tends to shrink; it is improved by the addition of goldsize or oil-based undercoat.
- It was a routine traffic stop.
- Well a little excitement doesn't mean life stops or death.
- An unoffending motorist should not have been stopped.
- A police officer told afp that the wounded were stopping near an archaeological site in the district of mansehra150kilometers east of peshawar when an unidentified man threw a grenade at them.
- One day when he was travelling the country disguised as a beggar he stopped at the cottage of a poor ploughman to ask for food.
- A round-the-world ticket allow several stopover.
- Keep going straight and turn at the first stoplight.
- A sort of upset and up to terrified fancy uprises inevitably and slowly like mist which blurs our approaches and whithers and make us to stop our thinking.
- Ben stopped nibbling his apple.
- With on different is this is the very many qq picture is stochastic in the screen the movement moreover may press a key controls them to stop the movement.
- China has always held that to effect international protection of human rights the international community should interfere with and stop acts that endanger world peace and security such as gross human rights violations caused by colonialism racism foreign aggression and occupation as well as apartheid racial discrimination genocide slave trade and serious violation of human rights by international terrorist organizations.
- China called off its weeklong may day vacation in hopes of stopping tens of millions of people from traveling and spreading the virus.
- The relay agent service has stopped.
- English: yomiuri shinbun: recently the web page of a japanese shinto shrine was subjected to prolonged attacks by hackers leading to an extended stop of the services.