Definition of stoppage:
hang-up, go out on strike, conclusion, balk, check-out procedure, check, plosive, occlusive, law of closure, immobilization, layover, general strike, proscription, injury time, point, full point, engine block, enlistment, first half, 1099, cutoff, closedown, resolution, hinderance, term of enlistment, paralysis, the Boston Tea Party, lapse, bridle, stopover, tie-up, cheque, claw back, occlusion, verification, halftime, arrest, industrial action, duty tour, Chancellor of the Exchequer, tab, pulley, city block, prevention, collar, checkout, shutoff, assay, sabotage, substantiation, halt, rub, closing, stop, incumbrance, freeze, pulley block, expiration, tour, taking into custody, chip, 1040 form, pregame, cylinder block, discontinuation, overtime, gridlock, quarter, confirmation, half, tick, continue, plosive speech sound, diaphragm, gag rule, direct action, stop consonant, arrestment, check mark, limp, closure, auction block, shutdown, blocking, blockage, hitch, cease, stay, preventative, audit, period, curb, full stop, block, come out, interference, cloture, settlement, mental block, collective bargaining, close, gag law, action, tour of duty, preventive, retardation, grievance procedure, surcease, chargeable, chit, extra time, pinch, bank check, cube, occluded front, hobble, offset, go-slow, plosive consonant, apprehension, allowance, discouragement, cut-off, run-in, baulk, finish, cooling-off period, corporate welfare.
- cessation (part of speech: noun)
- interruption (part of speech: noun)
hindrance (part of speech: noun)
- "Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush", Ian Maclaren.
- "Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862", Adam Gurowski.
The beef all but went over the side of its dish by reason of the shock of its sudden stoppage on touching the table, and the pile of toast was only saved from scatteration by the strength of the material, so to speak, with which its successive layers were cemented.- "The Lighthouse", Robert Ballantyne.