Definition Of discontinue

verb

cease doing or providing (something), typically something provided on a regular basis.

he discontinued his visits

Example Of discontinue

  • A serviceman cannot change his station at will, nor can he discontinue performance of service duties or abandon his station without leave.

  • A spokesman, however, said on Monday that the government might have problems finding a legal basis to discontinue the project's budget even if its final decision was to have the project scrapped.

  • Around 450 of the 1,000 staff work in the relatively risky area of manufacturing, which was hit by the company's decision last year to discontinue one of its products.

  • ‘Currently, we do not plan to discontinue any other products,’ he says.

  • Dissatisfied consumers will discontinue the use of such services, as they would with any vendor.


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