Examples of discontinue in a Sentence
He discontinued his visits to the psychiatrist.
She chose to discontinue her studies.
The company has announced that the current model will be discontinued next year.
They are planning to discontinue bus service between the two towns.
Recent Examples of discontinue from the Web
Mashable reports that after one year of tweeting continually at KFC Singapore, a man named Farhan convinced the chain to bring back their Hot Devil Drumlets, which had been discontinued across the country in 2014.
Many pieces are heavily discounted sample work, slightly blemished or discontinued.
That practice was discontinued in 2015, for reasons that remain unclear.
In addition, the legislation in 2019 would discontinue a second ACA subsidy — the cost-sharing reductions offered to anyone earning less than 250 percent of the poverty level.
Carnival Corp. has discontinued its Fathom service to Cuba, but its Carnival Cruise Line currently calls in Cuba and its Holland American Line plans to begin sailing there in December.
Lincoln-Way High School will discontinue its Finance and Building Advisory Committee but provide other ways for community members to be involved, Superintendent Scott Tingley said.
Asked about the promotional materials, seen during a May 9 visit, and the May 15 email, an official with the Trump Organization said the former was produced in 2012 and has since been discontinued for use.
By discontinuing (family case management), ICE will save more than $12 million a year –
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Origin and Etymology of discontinue
Middle English, from Anglo-French discontinuer, from Medieval Latin discontinuare, from Latin dis- + continuare to continue
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of discontinue
DISCONTINUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of discontinue for English Language Learners
: to end (something)
: to stop making or offering (a product, service, etc.)
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