иметь выкидыш; выкинуть; преждевременно родить; потерпеть неудачу; остаться недоразвитым; стать бесплодным
- Having convinced yourself that you can safely find the "hold" switch and abort an autorotation landing, you should beware of making a habit of this.
- "It seems a terrible arrogance to abort a baby because you believe it isn't good enough."
- Racehorses, being relatively inbred, are likely to be more compatible, and so more likely to abort.
- Whereas those who eschew bearing, or have too often found means to abort it may prove, like your wife, to be barren."
- If that government is headed by Mr Gandhi, Mr Gandhi could conveniently decide to abort all elections in Punjab and Assam.
- With deep regret he decided that he would have to abort his part of the mission.
- For example, racehorses abort all too frequently, which is particularly galling after a large stud fee, but I know of no accurate information about the comparative frequency of abortion of the four types of conceptus (horse, donkey, mule and hinny).
- This means that these devices actually allow pregnancies to begin and then abort them, a notion out of line with biblical concepts.
- Amazingly, perversely, and rather to her regret (a flat battery would have been a cast-iron excuse to abort the visit) the engine fired.
- In November 1914 at the Annual General Meeting, it became clear the Club had to abort some costly schemes and, although not blaming the war, it must have been the cause.
- The Tri-star jet was two hours late on take-off from Heathrow, and then had to abort on the runway at lift-off point due to a sudden failure of one of the engines.
- All he could remember was that TOWs were shipped at some point; that "the price asked for the military was twelve million two"; that the aircraft could turn round and abort the delivery if the hostages were not released, which he thought was "a most unusual thing"; and that it was definitely not "the Khomeini" with whom he had been doing business.
- "I don't understand how people can abort a wanted child.