1 append, attach, dangle, hang, swing
2 adjourn, arrest, cease, cut short, debar, defer, delay, discontinue, hold off, interrupt, lay aside, pigeonhole, postpone, put in cold storage, put off, shelve, stay, withhold
2 carry on, continue, reestablish, reinstate, restore, resume, return
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suspend ( suspends 3rd person present) ( suspending present participle) ( suspended past tense & past participle )
1 verb If you suspend something, you delay it or stop it from happening for a while or until a decision is made about it.
A UN official said aid programs will be suspended until there's adequate protection for relief convoys. V n
2 verb If someone is suspended, they are prevented from holding a particular job or position for a fixed length of time or until a decision is made about them.
Julie was suspended from her job shortly after the incident... be V-ed
The Lawn Tennis Association suspended Mr Castle from the British team. V n
3 verb If something is suspended from a high place, it is hanging from that place.
...a mobile of birds or nursery rhyme characters which could be suspended over the cot. be V-ed
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