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
Cambridge’s ArtBar will roll out a new drink menu this season and discontinue plastic straws entirely.
SpaceX discontinued testing its Falcon 9 with a payload aboard since the Amos-6 disaster in September 2016, an explosion during fueling ahead of a static fire that destroyed the launch vehicle, launch pad, and the satellite.
Because of the significant amount of reverse engineering required and the advent of Rowhammer mitigations in some newer phones, the PoC currently works only on a Nexus 5 phone, which Google discontinued in 2015.
American spokeswoman Nichelle Tait told USA TODAY's Today in the Sky blog that American discontinued the Chicago-Honolulu route in 2014 during poor economic conditions.
Wisthoff said the Omaha zoo is discontinuing its polar bear exhibit.
The first will be to close the surgical and medical units and discontinue other services at the hospital.
And while most cases of eyelid hyperpigmentation will reverse over time after discontinuing the product, the same can’t be said for your irises.
One loyalist plans to stick by Ford even though his car, a Taurus, is being discontinued.
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hang it up, have done (with);
Synonym Discussion of discontinue
- stopped at the red light
- by nightfall the fighting had ceased
- the engine faltered, sputtered, then quit altogether
- we have discontinued the manufacture of that item
- desisted from further efforts to persuade them
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.)
DISCONTINUE Defined for Kids
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