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- The bus came to a stop.
- I need to get off at the next bus stop.
- It’s been a long hike. Let’s have a stop here for lunch.
- kânga lêgë
- If he means to blab us among his new friends, we may stop his mouth yet. — (Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist,)
- Seeing the boy scudding away at such a rapid pace, he very naturally concluded him to be the depredator; and shouting 'Stop thief!' with all his might, made off after him, book in hand. — (Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist,)
- 'Oho!' said the board, looking very knowing; 'we are the fellows to set this to rights; we’ll stop it all, in no time.' — (Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist,)
- They stopped in Lyon on their way south to Marseille.
- They chafed her breast, hands, and temples; but the blood had stopped forever. — (Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist,)
- The riots stopped when police moved in.
- Soon the rain will stop.
- Karan, Elke, Kêtê bakarî tî Sängö: Farânzi, Angelëe na Yângâ tî Zâmani, 1st ed., 1995 → dîko mbëtï