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  • Her parents decided that for her own good she would be aborted.
  • It was aborted on the second day when they decided to take the train.
  • He had aborted a take off a few minutes earlier for unknown reasons.
  • A full-length feature film of the novel had been attempted and aborted many times.
  • If she aborted the child, she could've possibly lived for another year.
  • After two and a half hours on the ground, the abort order was received.
  • However, weeks before the album was set for release, the project was aborted.
  • She planned to abort the baby but she decided to keep her daughter.
  • He aborts and they decide to set up for another shot the next day.
  • It is the only mission to have carried out an abort of any kind.
  • Of the staff that worked on the aborted TV show two are most notable.
  • In a short time, the decision was made to abort the mission and escape.
  • At this point the American group decided to abort the attempt and return to the lower camp.
  • However, the system did report an abort condition, so it did function properly.
  • Following numerous aborted studio sessions for a second album after their departure from Go!
  • He had aborted a take off a few minutes earlier.
  • She had to abort her plan for her family's safety.
  • Thick cloud cover forced the British to abort the mission and return two days later.
  • As a result, they had to abort the mission and return to Earth.
  • With only seconds left before he must abort and return to Earth, he lies about seeing it.
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Meaning of abort

  • noun The act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed
    I wasted a year of my life working on an abort, he sent a short message requesting an abort due to extreme winds in the area
  • verb Terminate before completion
    abort the mission, abort the process running on my computer
  • verb Cease development, die, and be aborted
    an aborting fetus
  • verb Terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion