Synonyms of interruptions
Definition of interruptions
the action of interrupting or being interrupted.
Some of our local businesses are not in a position to accommodate any further interruption to business.
Example of interruptions
a chance to study without interruption
A personal dream at the moment, after all the frantic activity of the past year, would be to settle for a holiday or, failing that, a shot on the swings without interruption .
An alternative might be to arm myself for parties, or visits to the pub, with soundbites so short that they are barely capable of interruption .
An extra £79 million was claimed for business interruption .
And predictably, the second week of the tournament sees players having to cram in their games in between the showers and the interruptions .
Apart from an interruption for a serious neck injury in 1992, his career has been one of relentless achievement since he took up rugby at his comprehensive in Barking at the age of 14.
As a student of waves, Cass is steadfast in his insistence that this period is an interruption - not a halt: a technology downturn, not a global downturn.
As you do so on the next generation of mobile phones, prepare for interruptions from e-mails as well as voice calls.
But she adds that she finds its constant interruptions annoying, and switches it off when she wants to concentrate.
But the bottom line is that it is attempting to prevent its citizens from being wiped out, in a war that has been waged against it without interruption for more than half a decade by people who wish to eradicate it.