Translation for 'abrupt' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   abrupt | more abrupt / abrupter | most abrupt / abruptest
SYNO abrupt | disconnected | precipitous | ...
abrupt {adj}внезапен
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Translation for 'abrupt' from English to Bulgarian

abrupt {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Davis later commented that his abrupt retirement was due to an abrupt realization that football was no longer what he was meant to be doing, and that "leaving was therapeutic".
  • Its leaves are rigid and curved upwards, with abrupt, acute tips.
  • "Castru" in Cantabrian refers to an abrupt rocky peak.
  • Outside of Fish Creek, WIS 42 takes an abrupt left-hand turn to follow the bluff down to Main Street and the Alexander Noble House.
  • Abrupt or rapid discontinuation from etizolam, as with benzodiazepines, may result in the appearance of the benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, including rebound insomnia.

  • A knee injury brought his career to an abrupt end in 1993.
  • Darkening can be gradual or abrupt – the smaller the aperture, the more abrupt the vignetting as a function of angle.
  • The initiation or termination of solar radiation modification could also result in abrupt changes in the water cycle.
  • "New Indian Express" felt that film lacked realism and the editing is completely abrupt.
  • Oleson was working on the show's fourth season before its abrupt cancellation.

  • a raised portion of land smaller than a hill and with abrupt sides) have almost identical correspondents in Albanian "mal" (mountain), but they can also be related to toponyms like Dacia Maluensis later renamed by Romans to Dacia Ripensis ("rīpa" - meaning bank, shore - has been inherited in Romanian as "râpă" - the abrupt side of a hill).
  • The feature is descriptively named for its abrupt and isolated appearance ('Castle Nunatak' in Spanish).
  • Driveline shunt occurs when a vehicle gives an abrupt jolt while coming on or off overrun or freewheel.
  • When the signal is represented in the time domain, an abrupt change may not be visually apparent; in the frequency domain, however, the abrupt change causes the appearance of spikes at various frequencies.
  • Climate models are currently [...] unable to predict abrupt climate change events, or most of the past abrupt climate shifts.

  • The term "cold turkey" meaning abrupt withdrawal from a drug, may derive from the goose bumps that occur during abrupt withdrawal from opioids; this resembles the skin of a refrigerated plucked turkey.
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