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To jettison a load of water or retardant from an aircraft, or terminate a preplanned aircraft maneuver. 
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To end the pregnancy early; in animals, usually used to describe similar circumstances as a ‘miscarriage' in humans. An abortion (n.) is used to describe the ending of a pregnancy whether purpo [..]
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1570s, "to miscarry in giving birth," from Latin abortus, past participle of aboriri "to miscarry, fail, disappear," a compound word used in Latin for deaths, miscarriages, sunsets [..]
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1. In a computer or data transmission system, to terminate, usually in a controlled manner, a processing activity because it is impossible or undesirable for the activity to proceed. 2. In data transm [..]
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Dictionary of Internet Terms To terminate a program,or without diognastic information to process suddenly, abnormally.
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To stop a program or function before it has finished naturally. The term abort refers to both requested and unexpected terminations. For example, many applications let you abort a search or a print jo [..]
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To terminate a procedure, such as the running of a computer program or the printing of a document while it is still in progress. The process of halting a computer program in an orderly fashion and ret [..]
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to induce the expulsion of (a human fetus)
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(v) terminate before completion(n) the act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed(v) terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion(v) cease development, die, and be aborted
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  To remove the embryo or fetus from the mother's womb before it is viable
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To cancel a command or stop a transmission.
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A DOS
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  A computer is simultaneously running multiple programs, each of which require the execution of a number of processes, often simultaneously. However, processes will usually interact with other proce [..]
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 When a Web server does not successfully transfer a unit of content or ad to a browser. This is usually caused by a user hitting the stop button, the ESC key, or clicking on another link prior to the completion of a download.  
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Directive to cease action/attack/event/mission.
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<computer programming> To terminate a program or process abnormally and usually suddenly, with or without diagnostic information. "My program aborted", "I aborted the transmission [..]
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1. To miscarry; to bring forth young prematurely. 2. <biology> To become checked in normal development, so as either to remain rudimentary or shrink away wholly; to become sterile. Origin: L. Ab [..]
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Directive to cease action/attack/event/mission.
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To cancel or cut short a mission.
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1. In a computer or data transmission system, to terminate, usually in a controlled manner, a processing activity because it is impossible or undesirable for the activity to proceed. 2. In data transmission, a function invoked by a sending station to cause the recipient to discard or ignore all bit sequences transmitted by the sender since the prec [..]
Source: glossary.westnetinc.com

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(obsolete) A miscarriage; an untimely birth; an abortion.la|abortare, from+ * French: faire une (fausse couche) * Ido: (abortar) [..]
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restroom, loo, toilet abortion, abort
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