break short

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Synonyms for break short

interrupt before its natural or planned end

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The 30-year-old insisted on cutting his post-World Cup break short to take part in Everton's tour of his home nation and is ensuring all of his team-mates are not treating the far flung excursion as a holiday.
The Wigan winger has cut his summer break short to try and complete his move to Old Trafford.
The devoted daughter cut her break short when she heard the devastating news and rushed home to her father's side.
I have got to cut my kids' break short by saying dad is going to play another golf tournament.
He cut his break short in August last year to take control of the force when the then deputy chief constable, Roger Aldridge, was facing allegations that he sexually harassed a colleague.
Venables was due to take a holiday in the Seychelles this weekend, but is expected to cut the break short if the offer of the job is made.
Healy is currently on holiday with his girlfriend, Kelly Smith and another couple in Lanzarote, but is ready to cut his break short if the call comes in from the FAI.
A journey that the AA route map thingy advised me was going to take an advert break short of nine hours.
Venables was on holiday in the Seychelles at the weekend, but he is expected to cut the break short and attend today's announcement.
Jim Jefferies's successor claimed that players to taking their wages after displays like that was akin to theft and cut their winter break short to make them pay on the training ground.