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Synonyms for interrupt

Synonyms for interrupt

to stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship

to interject remarks or questions into another's discourse

Synonyms for interrupt

a signal that temporarily stops the execution of a program so that another procedure can be carried out

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destroy the peace or tranquility of

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interfere in someone else's activity

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It is too early to declare the death of the interruptive ad model, but the long expected demise is starting to accelerate.
This powerful indictment of the interruptive ad model validates our approach.
Some of them will sit on the bench all during the Olympics because of self-serving, interruptive politicians who are trying to take advantage of the Olympics for their own political careers.
For resident rooms, a brighter light can be helpful upon entry while a dimmer light is less interruptive to circadian rhythms for those night trips to the bathroom.
That's why online ads are digital copies of their analogue counterparts -- flashing billboards on web pages, interruptive pop-ups and TV commer- cials repurposed as 30-second pre-rolls.
The ministers will discuss a draft law for curbing outlawed interruptive acts against the security and safety of civil aviation, as well as, the Arab agreement regulating the affairs of refugees in Arab countries, updating the Arab agreement for judicial cooperation signed in Riyadh, and preparation of the proposed Uniform Arab Protocol to curb the proliferation of weapons in the region, besides the proposed Arab law to curb human trafficking, especially to protect women and children.
There is no way around the fact that interruptive advertising works because it is interruptive.
For example, interruptive content might get loaded before desired content, consuming in-flight bandwidth and curtailing speed.
The "right CDS intervention format" is an interruptive alert, because "softer" methods, such as a noninterruptive alert, may be ignored.
According to new research released today by HubSpot, a leading marketing and sales software company, ads are creating negative consumer experiences with brands with 80 per cent of consumers across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia leaving websites because of interruptive online ads, and 50 per cent of global audiences installing ad blocker tools to avoid the advertising drain.
Targeted data marketing plus social media and digital video are sounding the curtain call for interruptive advertising.
Smiling music for all, especially the braying sheep and twittering interruptive birds
Unfortunately today, there is reluctance to implement cold calling in a sales strategy as it's often shunned and considered rude, interruptive and ineffective, even by some contemporary sales consultants.
Ali Jaber, MBC's Group TV Director said: "MBC Group has a proven track record of interruptive output deals with major Hollywood studios, including CBS.