Pronunciation of Interrupt
/ˈɪntəɹˌʌpt/, /ˈɪntəɹˌʌpt/, /ˈɪ_n_t_ə_ɹ_ˌʌ_p_t/
Antonyms for interrupt:
carry on, unite, get on, leave alone, join, give, promote, assist, link, leave, go along, allow, cause, facilitate, mend, permit, push, encourage, compel, come, couple, begin, continue, support, attach, advance, get along, further, connect, forward, start, expedite, combine, proceed, aid, help, go.
Synonyms for interrupt:
bother, interfere (verb)
arrest, barge in, break, break off, butt in, check, chime in, crash, cut, cut short, defer, delay, disconnect, discontinue, disjoin, disturb, disunite, divide, edge in, halt, heckle, hinder, hold up, horn in, impede, in, infringe, inject, insinuate, intrude, lay aside, obstruct, prevent, punctuate, put in, separate, sever, shortstop, stay, stop, suspend, work in, break in, cut off, come between, break train of thought, bust in, crowd in, cut in on, get in the way.
baffle, bar, block, bottleneck, brake, bung, burden, catch, check, choke, clog, complicate, congest, constipate, constrain, counter, cramp, crimp, cripple, curb, dam, delay, detain, deter, drag, encumber, entangle, entrap, fetter, foul, frustrate, hamper, hamstring, handicap, hinder, impair, impede, inhibit, jam, mire, obstruct, oppose, paralyze, plug, resist, restrain, restrict, snag, snarl, tangle, thwart.
cut short, jump in.
break into, put in.
Usage examples for interrupt:
- " Pray, Miss Arden, don't let us interrupt you," said Mr. Longcluse. - "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
- No, no, you shall not dine with us; How dare you interrupt us thus? - "Rhymes Old and New", M.E.S. Wright.
- Then- said Mr. Crow- then don't interrupt me again, please! - "The Tale of Brownie Beaver", Arthur Scott Bailey.
- " Don't let me interrupt you, Jervis," said he. - "The Red Thumb Mark", R. Austin Freeman.