n. 25B6; verb
she opened her mouth to interrupt : CUT IN (ON), break in (on), barge in (on), intervene (in), put one's oar in; Brit. put one's pennyworth in; N. Amer. put one's two cents in; informal butt in (on), chime in (on); Brit. informal chip in (on).
the band had to interrupt their tour : SUSPEND, adjourn, discontinue, break off; stop, halt, cease, end, bring to an end/close; informal put on ice, put on a back burner.
the coastal plain is interrupted by large lagoons : BREAK (UP), punctuate; pepper, strew, dot, scatter.
their view was interrupted by houses : OBSTRUCT, impede, block, restrict.