marked by sudden changes in subject and sharp transitions
exceedingly sudden and unexpected
"came to an abrupt stop"; "an abrupt change in the weather"
abrupt, precipitous, sharp(adj)
"an abrupt canyon"; "the precipitous rapids of the upper river"; "the precipitous hills of Chinese paintings"; "a sharp drop"
overhasty, needlelike, sharp, incisive, precipitous, knifelike, precipitate, crisp, sharp-worded, keen, disconnected, precipitant, discriminating, tart, acuate, astute, acute, shrill, hasty, penetrating, piercing, shrewd, penetrative
surprisingly and unceremoniously brusque in manner
"an abrupt reply"
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Bluff is a word of good meaning, as are frank and open. The bluff man talks and laughs loudly and freely, says and does whatever he pleases with fearless good nature, and with no thought of annoying or giving pain to others. The blunt man says things which he is perfectly aware are disagreeable, either from a defiant indifference to others' feelings, or from the pleasure of tormenting.
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How to use abrupt in a sentence?
This law was not perfect, it was not enough for some, too abrupt for others, but it has put the country in motion, has given new rights, increased mobility, transparency and activity, it works.
These abrupt market movements (in October) were even more pronounced than similar developments in August, when a sudden correction in global financial markets was quickly succeeded by renewed buoyant market conditions, this suggests that more than a quantum of fragility underlies the current elevated mood in financial markets.
We are at a point where we may see abrupt and irreversible changes due to climate change.
With the abrupt resignation of Sean Whent last week, we sought to have seamless leadership of the Oakland Police Department and selected an individual who understood the dynamics in Oakland and who...could hit the ground running, however, I have just received information that has caused me to lose confidence in Ben Fairow's ability to lead the Oakland Police Department at this particular moment in time.
This time there will be no abrupt increase in credit and, instead, a smoother one.
Translations for abrupt
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- рязък, стръмен, безцеремонен, внезапенBulgarian
- abrupteCatalan, Valencian
- brat, uformodet, pludseligDanish
- abrupt, jäh, kurz angebunden, abgestumpft, wortkarg, schroff, einsiblig, steilGerman
- κοφτός, απότομος, αιφνίδιος, ξαφνικός, απροσδόκητος, απόκρημνος, ασυνεχήςGreek
- abrupto, súbito, brusco, cortante, repentinoSpanish
- erottaa, katkaistu, keskeyttää, äkillinen, odottamaton, töksähtävä, äkkijyrkkä, karkeaFinnish
- brusque, precipité, abruptFrench
- sconnesso, brusca, discontinua, brusco, sconnessa, discontinuoItalian
- ta' malajr, f'daqqa, ta' mod goffMaltese
- bruusk, kortaf, afgeknot, abrupt, hortend, plots, steilDutch
- skarp, brå, avkortet, bratt, plutseligNorwegian
- brusco, interromper, abrupto, rude, abscindirPortuguese
- крутой, бесцеремонный, обрывистый, резкий, внезапный, неожиданныйRussian
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