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suspensions, plural;
  1. The action of suspending someone or something or the condition of being suspended, in particular

  2. The temporary prevention of something from continuing or being in force or effect
    • - the suspension of military action
  3. The official prohibition of someone from holding their usual post or carrying out their usual role for a particular length of time
    • - the investigation led to the suspension of several officers
    • - a four-game suspension
  4. A discord made by prolonging a note of a chord into the following chord

  5. The system of springs and shock absorbers by which a vehicle is cushioned from road conditions
    • - the car's rear suspension
  6. A mixture in which particles are dispersed throughout the bulk of a fluid
    • - a suspension of corn starch in peanut oil
  7. The state of being dispersed in such a way
    • - the agitator in the vat keeps the slurry in suspension

  1. a mixture in which fine particles are suspended in a fluid where they are supported by buoyancy
  2. pause: a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
  3. abeyance: temporary cessation or suspension
  4. an interruption in the intensity or amount of something
  5. a mechanical system of springs or shock absorbers connecting the wheels and axles to the chassis of a wheeled vehicle
  6. the act of suspending something (hanging it from above so it moves freely); "there was a small ceremony for the hanging of the portrait"
  7. Suspension is an American science-fiction film starring Scott Cordes, Annie Tedescom, Caroline Vinciguerra, Josh Werlitt, David Fritts and directed by Alec Joler and Ethan Shaftel.
  8. A suspension is the act of suspending a human body from hooks that have been put through body piercings. These piercings are temporary and are performed just prior to the actual suspension.
  9. In chemistry, a suspension is a heterogeneous fluid containing solid particles that are sufficiently large for sedimentation. Usually they must be larger than 1 micrometer. ...
  10. A suspension bridge is a type of bridge in which the deck (the load-bearing portion) is hung below suspension cables on vertical suspenders. This type of bridge dates from the early 19th century, while bridges without vertical suspenders have a long history in many mountainous parts of the world.
  11. In the Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church, a dispensation is the suspension by competent authority of general rules of law in particular cases. ...
  12. A motorcycle's suspension serves a dual purpose: contributing to the vehicle's handling and braking, and providing safety and comfort by keeping the vehicle's passengers comfortably isolated from road noise, bumps and vibrations.
  13. The act of suspending, or the state of being suspended; A temporary delay, interruption, or cessation; Of labor, study, pain, etc.; Of decision, determination, judgment, etc.; Of judgment or opinion in view of evidence to be produced. ...
  14. (suspend) To halt something temporarily; To hang freely; underhang; To discontinue or interrupt a function, task, position, or event
  15. (suspended) Caused to stop for a while; interrupted or delayed; Hung from above
  16. (Suspensions) Student excluded from school for 1-10 days
  17. (suspensions) a mixture of solid particles in water that are larger than water molecules and tend to settle out
  18. (suspend) To postpone, stay, or withhold certain conditions of a judicial sentence for a temporary period of time.
  19. (SUSPEND (or SUSPENSION)) Punishment for infraction of rules.
  20. ("suspend") means to deprive a member, for the period ordered, of all the privileges of The Canadian Kennel Club
  21. (SUSPEND) Permit temporarily revoked, canceled, or work suspended until violations are corrected, establishment closure.
  22. (Suspend) A function in laptop computers where most processes including background processes are halted temporarily to conserve power.
  23. (Suspend) The action of transitioning the product into a low power state, wherein the device cannot be used, but can be resumed quickly.
  24. (Suspend) This ability is written Suspend X — (cost). Any time a player could cast a spell with suspend, he or she may instead pay its suspend cost to exile it with X time counters on it. The player removes a time counter every time his or her upkeep step begins. ...
  25. (Suspend) To hold in abeyance.