Meaning of SUSPENSION in English

SUSPENSION

noun

1 stopping of activity

ADJECTIVE

▪ temporary

▪ lengthy , long

▪ immediate

▪ automatic

Another caution will result in his automatic ~ from the final.

▪ one-match , two-match , etc. ( esp. BrE )

▪ one-game , two-game , etc. ( esp. AmE )

▪ five-day , seven-month , etc.

VERB + SUSPENSION

▪ give sb , impose ( esp. BrE ), order ( esp. BrE )

A four-day ~ was imposed on her.

▪ face

▪ get , receive

He receive a five-day ~.

▪ appeal ( AmE ), appeal against ( BrE )

▪ serve , serve out ( BrE )

He is serving a one-match ~.

PREPOSITION

▪ under ~

a detective under ~ from his job

▪ ~ for

a five-game ~ for violating the league's drug policy

▪ ~ from

his ~ from the club

PHRASES

▪ a period of ~

The athlete could face a lengthy period of ~ if found guilty.

▪ ~ of disbelief

Many movies require the viewer to engage in a willing ~ of disbelief.

2 on a vehicle

ADJECTIVE

▪ front , rear

▪ active , independent

▪ air

VERB + SUSPENSION

▪ be fitted with ( esp. BrE ), have

The new model has independent ~.

SUSPENSION + NOUN

▪ system

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