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Categorized English Verbs Denoting Course of Events - Verbs Referring to Continuation and Interruption

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Categorized English Verbs Denoting Course of Events
to stick to
[verb]
to continue doing something even though there are some hardships
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to keep to
[verb]
to follow through with what one has promised, planned, or committed to do
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to stick with
[verb]
to persist in doing a plan, idea, or course of action over time
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to push on
[verb]
to persistently continue doing something or move forward
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to go along
[verb]
to continue to develop or happen
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to go forward
[verb]
to continue or make progress in a particular course of action
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to keep at
[verb]
to continue working on a task, project, or goal without giving up
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to carry on
[verb]
to keep something ongoing or unchanged over a period of time
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to drag on
[verb]
to continue for an extended or tedious period, often with no clear resolution or conclusion
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to resume
[verb]
to continue again after an interruption
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to recommence
[verb]
to start again from where something left off
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to get back to
[verb]
to start again after taking a break or discontinuing an activity for a while
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to pause
[verb]
to briefly stop a process before carrying on
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to interrupt
[verb]
to stop or pause a process
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to adjourn
[verb]
to stop a meeting, trial, or game in order to resume it sometime later
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to put in
[verb]
to interrupt someone to say something
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to suspend
[verb]
to temporarily put on hold a process or habit
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to barge in
[verb]
to interrupt a conversation abruptly and without invitation
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to continue
[verb]
to keep being, happening, or doing something
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to go on
[verb]
to continue without stopping
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to perpetuate
[verb]
to make something, typically a problem or an undesirable situation, continue for an extended or prolonged period
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to keep on
[verb]
to continue an action or state without interruption
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to go ahead
[verb]
to initiate an action or task, particularly when someone has granted permission or in spite of doubts or opposition
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to cut in
[verb]
to interrupt someone's conversation
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to break in
[verb]
to start to speak in the middle of a conversation
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