abort

動詞
  • ja

    中絶する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to terminate a pregnancy before term

    Globify による定義
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She aborted her unborn fetus.
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Okay, well, dock her a day's pay then.
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Grammer had filed a restraining order against Csuhany,
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and sent her a notice demanding an annulment.  
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Csuhany, who was 3 months pregnant at the time, didn't take the news well  
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and attempted to take her own life.
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Fortunately, she was rushed to a hospital and treated.  
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However, the pregnancy was aborted a few days afterward.
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The episode sees Lois becoming a surrogate mother for her old friend.
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However, when her friend is killed in an accident,
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Lois and Peter must decide whether to abort the baby or carry it to term.
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For years, photographer Lennart Nilsson worked in conjunction with a hospital in Stockholm, Sweden
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to photograph fetuses that had been aborted due to a variety of medical reasons.
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This doesn't sound like it's going to be the most fundamentalist, Christian, nice way of saying it.
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No.
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But I say, you get pregnant for 9 months, you're safe—
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Abort that thing.
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- You abort that baby. - Yeah.
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You are not going to abort that baby.
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Peter, you're not gonna tell me what I can and cannot do.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    中止する、打ち切る

  • en

    to end something before it is completed

  • Abort mission. Destroy phone."

    From Best Christmas Pranks - The Office

  • Abort the mission.

    From Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide: FUNNIEST MOMENTS! ? NickRewind

  • the pilots elected to abort the landing, go around, and give it another shot.

    From The World's Most Useful Airport [Documentary]

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