stop


stop
m.
1 stop sign (automobiles).
2 stop.
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stop
nombre masculino
1 (señal) stop sign
2 (parada) stop
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[es'top]
SM stop sign, halt sign
* * *
[(e)s'top]
masculino (disco) stop sign

se saltó un stop — he went through o (AmE) ran the stop sign

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* disco de stop = stop sign.
* señal de stop = stop sign.
* * *
[(e)s'top]
masculino (disco) stop sign

se saltó un stop — he went through o (AmE) ran the stop sign

* * *
* disco de stop = stop sign.
* señal de stop = stop sign.
* * *
stop
/(e)sˈtop/
masculine
1 (disco) stop sign
se saltó un stop he went through o (AmE) ran the stop sign
2 (Col) (luz) stoplight (AmE), brake light (BrE)
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stop /(e)s'top/ sustantivo masculino (disco) stop sign
stop m Auto stop sign
'stop' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
alto
- aparte
- atajar
- bajar
- calentarse
- callar
- callarse
- calzo
- cascar
- cesar
- chorrada
- consistir
- coto
- cuestión
- dejar
- dejarse
- despreocuparse
- detener
- detenerse
- discrecional
- encontrarse
- enrollarse
- erradicación
- escala
- escampar
- extemporánea
- extemporáneo
- gallina
- garantizar
- hoy
- impedir
- instar
- ladrón
- ladrona
- lamentarse
- lengua
- macarra
- mamarrachada
- mariposear
- ombligo
- paliza
- pamplina
- parar
- parada
- paralizar
- pararse
- pedigüeña
- pedigüeño
- próxima
- próximo
English:
be
- blurt out
- bus stop
- by
- daydream
- dead
- do
- door stop
- door stopper
- draw
- earth
- fast
- fiddle about with
- full stop
- get at
- gloat
- halt
- harp on
- jerk
- mooch
- must
- nervous
- next
- now
- pick on
- pit stop
- play around
- request stop
- rot
- short
- stand about
- stand around
- stop
- stop by
- stop off
- stop out
- stop over
- stop sign
- stop up
- stop-off
- stop-press
- take out
- tamper
- threaten
- time-wasting
- urge
- waste
- way
- whine
- abruptly
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stop [es'top] (pl stops) nm
1. [señal] stop sign;
saltarse un stop to drive straight past a stop sign
2. [en telegrama] stop
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stop n stop sign

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • stop — [ stɔp ] interj. et n. m. • 1792 mar.; mot angl. « arrêt » A ♦ Interj. 1 ♦ Commandement ou cri d arrêt. Il « arrêta la nage en criant : “Stop !” » (Maupassant). Fig. Stop au gaspillage ! ⇒ halte. 2 ♦ Mot employé dans les télégrammes pour séparer… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • stop — interj., (2, 3) stopuri s.n. 1. interj. Stai! Opreşte! ♦ (În telegrame, ca termen convenţional pentru a marca sfârşitul unei fraze) Punct! 2. s.n. Oprire bruscă a mingii, a pucului la unele jocuri sportive. 3. s.n. Semafor care reglează… …   Dicționar Român

  • stop — or [stäp] vt. stopped, stopping [ME stoppen < OE stoppian (in comp.) < WGmc stoppōn < VL * stuppare, to stop up, stuff < L stuppa < Gr styppē, tow < IE * stewe , to thicken, contract > Gr styphein, to contract, Sans stuka,… …   English World dictionary

  • Stop — Stop, n. 1. The act of stopping, or the state of being stopped; hindrance of progress or of action; cessation; repression; interruption; check; obstruction. [1913 Webster] It is doubtful . . . whether it contributed anything to the stop of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stop — stop; stop·er; stop·less; stop·pa·ble; stop·page; stop·per·less; stop·per·man; stop·ping; un·stop; back·stop; non·stop; stop·per; stop·ple; stop·less·ness; un·stop·pa·bly; …   English syllables

  • stop by — stop off, stop over, stop in or (N American) stop by To break one s journey, pay a visit to (usu with at) • • • Main Entry: ↑stop * * * ˌstop ˈby [intransitive/transitive] [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • stop in — stop off, stop over, stop in or (N American) stop by To break one s journey, pay a visit to (usu with at) • • • Main Entry: ↑stop * * * ˌstop ˈin [intransitive] [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • stop-go — ˌstop ˈgo adjective stop go policy/​approach etc ECONOMICS a way of controlling the economy by deliberately restricting government spending for a period of time and then increasing it for a time: • The uncertainty of such stop go policies reduced …   Financial and business terms

  • stop — I {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż I, D. u, Mc. stoppie {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} substancja metaliczna otrzymywana przeważnie przez stopienie dwóch lub więcej metali (niekiedy z domieszką niemetali), wytwarzana w celu uzyskania lepszych właściwości… …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • stop — ► VERB (stopped, stopping) 1) come or bring to an end. 2) prevent from happening or from doing something. 3) cease or cause to cease moving or operating. 4) (of a bus or train) call at a designated place to pick up or set down passengers. 5) Brit …   English terms dictionary


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