Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典
The story concluded abruptly.
The investigation eventually led the police to conduct an abrupt search at the home of a local office who was abashed when he learned of the search.
And this is kind of nice because you see it is not an abrupt spherical surface.
American officials seem not to have noticed this abrupt and dangerous change in global patterns of trade and finance.
A severe facade rose above this door; a wall, perpendicular to the facade, almost touched the door, and flanked it with an abrupt right angle.
But the effects of extreme weather events will be abrupt and acutely felt.
On the other hand, abrupt tax increases and spending cuts threaten deeper recessions.
Like the abrupt fall of the Berlin Wall thousands of miles away, the collapse suddenly confirmed what everyone in the financial world could already feel in the wind: a new era had arrived.
A volatile environment differs from a stable environment in that changes can be profound and abrupt.
But even middle- class people who might skate by on savings or a spouse ’s income are jarred by an abrupt end to working life and to a secure retirement.