halts, 3rd person singular present; halting, present participle; halted, past tense; halted, past participle;
Walk with a limp
he halted slightly in his walk
that night the ingénue halted in her lines and put no heart into her work
A suspension of movement or activity, typically a temporary one
a halt in production
a bus screeched to a halt
crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
arrest: the state of inactivity following an interruption; "the negotiations were in arrest"; "held them in check"; "during the halt he got some lunch"; "the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow"; "he spent the entire stop in his seat"
cause to stop; "Halt the engines"; "Arrest the progress"; "halt the presses"
stop: come to a halt, stop moving; "the car stopped"; "She stopped in front of a store window"
stop: the event of something ending; "it came to a stop at the bottom of the hill"
freeze: an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement; "a halt in the arms race"; "a nuclear freeze"
A train station (commonly station,'Station' is however commonly understood to mean 'railway station' or 'train station' unless otherwise qualified. This is evident from dictionary entries e.g. Fowler H W and Fowler F G, The Concise Oxford Dictionary, 9th ed. ...
A cessation, either temporary or permanent; A minor railway station (usually unstaffed) in the United Kingdom; to stop either temporarily or permanently; to cause something to stop; to waver or be hesitant; Lame, limping
(halting) prone to pauses or breaks; hesitant; broken
(Halted) All interrupt sources are disabled and system stopped into an infinite loop. This state can be reached if the debug mode is activated and an error is detected or after explicitly invoking chSysHalt().
(Halted) When a stock is no longer actively trading on an exchange for any variety of reasons.
(HALTING) Stasis in the substantive pensative and human work that consists in giving of oneself to one's fellows.
Highly accelerated life test. See accelerated life test.
To stop all running processes on a system cleanly. Once the system is halted, you may need to manually turn off your system to complete a system power off.
Used for system shutdown. In ATX machines this will close all systems and turn off the CPU.
A time when everyone is theoretically stopped.
This "goal", with no arguments, allows you to exit from Prolog in an operating-system-independent way. Typing the "end-of-file" character (control-D in Unix/Linux systems) will also get you out. Different operating systems may use different end-of-file characters. Example of halt:
Lame on the feet (Gen 32:31; Psa 38:17). To "halt between two opinions" (Kg1 18:21) is supposed by some to be an expression used in "allusion to birds, which hop from spray to spray, forwards and backwards." The LXX. render the expression "How long go ye lame on both knees? ...
Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired—said to be signals of possible relapse. See the AA booklet, Living Sober.
Termination of a PROCESS. When a PROCESS HALTs it is removed from the list of RUNNABLE PROCESSes for its PROCESS GROUP. A HALTed PROCESS can no longer execute instructions, read or write to memory, write to the network, or otherwise influence the state of the game.
HALT is an acronym for Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired. Letting yourself get into these states could be dangerous for a recovering substance abuser or person with a dependency.
A railway station with minimal facilities where trains will usually stop only on request.
When a Stock is halted, the price is frozen and it can no longer be traded. This happens to Wide Releases at 1800 PST/PDT on the their opening day and also in certain other circumstances.
stopping the horse. When leading the horse, do not stop until the horse does. The verbal signal is a confident, drawn-out "Whooooa", not "Whoa!"
At any time that the device is in the rndis-initialized or rndis-data-initialized state, the host computer may terminate the Remote NDIS functionality of the device by sending REMOTE_NDIS_HALT_MSG to the device.