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ad·journ

 (ə-jûrn′)
v. ad·journed, ad·journ·ing, ad·journs
v.tr.
To suspend until a later stated time.
v.intr.
1. To suspend proceedings to another time or place.
2. To move to a new location, especially to a less formal setting: After the meal, we adjourned to the living room.

[Middle English ajournen, from Old French ajourner : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + jour, day (from Late Latin diurnum, from Latin diurnus, daily, from diēs, day; see dyeu- in Indo-European roots).]

ad·journ′ment n.
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ad•journ•ment

(əˈdʒɜrn mənt)

n.
the act of adjourning or the state or period of being adjourned.
[1635–45; < Anglo-French, Middle French]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.adjournment - the termination of a meetingadjournment - the termination of a meeting  
ending, termination, conclusion - the act of ending something; "the termination of the agreement"
2.adjournment - the act of postponing to another time or place
deferment, deferral, postponement - act of putting off to a future time
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adjournment

noun postponement, delay, suspension, putting off, stay, recess, interruption, deferment, deferral, discontinuation, prorogation The court ordered a four-month adjournment.
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adjournment

noun
The act of putting off or the condition of being put off:
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Translations
تَأجِيل
odkladodložení
udsættelseudskydelse
elnapolás
frestun
erteleme

adjournment

[əˈdʒɜːnmənt] N (= period) → suspensión f; (= postponement) → aplazamiento m
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adjournment

[əˈdʒɜːrnmənt] n
(= suspending) [meeting] → report m, ajournement m; [legal case] → ajournement m, renvoi m
(= period) → ajournement m adjournment debateadjournment debate n (in Parliament)débat m de clôture
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adjournment

n (to another day) → Vertagung f (→ until auf +acc); (within a day) → Unterbrechung f
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adjournment

[əˈdʒɜːnmənt] n (of meeting) → rinvio, aggiornamento
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adjourn

(əˈdʒəːn) verb
to stop (a meeting etc), intending to continue it at another time or place. We shall adjourn (the meeting) until Wednesday.
aˈdjournment noun
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