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suspend / suspender
 
suspend   [səsˈpend]   -transitive verb
1. (=hang)   suspender,   colgar
2. (=remove)   (from job)   suspender   (from   de)   (from school)   expulsar temporalmente   (from   de)   (from team)   excluir   (from   de)
·to suspend somebody from [office]
·relevar a somebody, someone de su cargo (provisionalmente)
3. (=discontinue)
[+hostilities, aid, flights]   suspender
[+licence]   retirar
·his licence was suspended for six months
(automobiles)   le retiraron el carnet durante seis meses
4. (=withold, defer)
[+judgement, decision]   aplazar,   posponer   (law, legal)
[+sentence]   suspender provisionalmente,   dejar en suspenso
·he was given a two-year suspended sentence
·fue condenado a dos años en libertad condicional
·to suspend [disbelief]
·creer lo inverosímil
5. ·suspended animation
constantes feminine plural vitales masculineínimas
·in a state of suspended animation
(literally)   con las constantes vitales al masculineínimo
·the audience was in a state of suspended animation
·el público tenía el alma en vilo or el corazónoun en un puño
 
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