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  1. abort

    VERB

    1. carry out or undergo the abortion of (a fetus).
      "Louisiana allows women to abort an embryo up to 12 weeks old" ·
      "the right to abort must remain a key element of a woman's ‘reproductive rights’"
      synonyms: terminate · end · have an abortion
      • (of a pregnant woman or female animal) have a miscarriage, with loss of the fetus.
        "an organism that infects sheep and can cause pregnant ewes to abort"
        synonyms: miscarry · have a miscarriage
      • biology
        (of an embryonic organ or organism) remain undeveloped; fail to mature.
    2. bring to a premature end because of a problem or fault:
      "the flight crew aborted the take-off"
      synonyms: halt · stop · end · call off · cut short · discontinue ·
      terminate · arrest · suspend · check · nullify · scrub · axe · pull the plug on · fail · come to a halt · end · terminate · miscarry · go wrong · not succeed · fall through · break down · be frustrated · collapse · founder · come to grief · fizzle out · flop
      antonyms: continue · complete · succeed · complete

    NOUN

    1. informal
      technical
      an act of aborting a flight, space mission, or other enterprise:
      "an abort because of bad weather"
      • an aborted enterprise.
        "I've wasted almost a year on an abort"

    ORIGIN

    mid 16th cent.: from Latin aboriri ‘miscarry’, from ab- ‘away, from’ + oriri ‘be born’.

    RELATED FORMS

    abort(verb)
    aborts(third person present)
    aborted(past tense)
    aborted(past participle)
    aborting(present participle)
    abort(noun)
    aborts(plural noun)
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  2. Abort | Definition of Abort by Merriam-Webster

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    Video embedded · They decided to abort the pregnancy. abort the launch of a rocket. I suggest that you abort the project. The mission had to be aborted. When problems …

  3. Abort - definition of abort by The Free Dictionary

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    The launch abort motor, manufactured at Orbital ATK facilities in Magna, Promontory and Clearfield, Utah, is a powerful solid rocket motor designed to ensure crew safety.

  4. Abortion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Abortion is the ending of pregnancy by removing a fetus or embryo before it can survive outside the uterus. [note 1] An abortion which occurs spontaneously is also ...

  5. Abort | Define Abort at Dictionary.com

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    This mat is abort four feet square, and when folded has one end sewn up, so that it forms a kind of sack open at one side.

  6. abort - msdn.microsoft.com

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    • VISUAL STUDIO
    • VERSION 2013

    abort does not return control to the calling process. By default, it checks for an abort signal handler and raises SIGABRT if one is set. Then abort terminates the ...

    • Syntax

      void abort( void );
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    Beslutningen om at få en abort eller gennemføre graviditeten er din og din alene. Her kan du læse om indgrebet samt deltage i debatterne og spørge eksperten.

  8. Abort - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Abort can mean: Abortion, the termination of pregnancy (human, of mammals, etc.) Late termination of pregnancy (although common, it is considered improper usage to ...

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  11. abort - msdn.microsoft.com

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    Return Value. abort does not return control to the calling process. By default, it terminates the current process and returns an exit code of 3. Remarks

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