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Abort (computing)

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Look up abort in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. In a computer or data transmission system, to abort means to terminate, usually in a controlled ...

abortion - Wiktionary

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From Latin abortiō (“miscarriage, abortion”), from aborior (“miscarry”). ... current ) An induced abortion, the act or process of inducing the cessation of pregnancy.

aborted - Wiktionary

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Spines are aborted branches. . (biology) Rendered abortive or sterile; undeveloped. "The eyes of the cirripeds are more or less aborted in their mature state.

artificial abortion - Wiktionary

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artificial abortion (plural artificial ... ( medicine) A surgically induced abortion.

aborter - Wiktionary

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Etymology[edit]. abort + -er. Noun[edit]. aborter (plural aborters). One who or that which aborts. One who has an abortion. ... indefinite plural of abort. Retrieved  ...

miscarriage - Wiktionary

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(termination of pregnancy): spontaneous abortion. Retrieved from "https://en. wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=miscarriage&oldid=40901622". Categories:.

threatened abortion - Wiktionary

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threatened abortion (plural threatened ... approximating an imminent abortion, ...

nontherapeutic abortion - Wiktionary

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nontherapeutic abortion (plural ... ( medicine) An abortion not required for ...

abortive - Wiktionary

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(obsolete) Produced by abortion; born prematurely. [Attested from around ... ( medicine, rare, attributive) Causing abortion; abortifacient [quotations ▽]. abortive ...

imminent abortion - Wiktionary

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imminent abortion (plural imminent abortions). (medicine) An impending ...

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abort - Wiktionary

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(now rare) The product of a miscarriage; an aborted offspring; an abortion. ... present aborts, present participle aborting, simple past and past participle aborted).

AbortWiktionary

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[1] „Der Geruch, der vom Abort in die Wirtsstube wehte, war in diesen Tagen nicht so schlimm, weil die dazugehörige Sickergrube unter der Broad Street geleert ...

abortus - Wiktionary

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An aborted fetus, especially one aborted in early pregnancy. [First attested in the early 20<sup>th</sup> ... abortusje n ). miscarriage, abortion (spontaneous and induced) ...