Definitions of "adjourn"
  1. The process of postponing further discussion or action on a matter, either without a set resumption date or until a future specified time. This commonly involves an official closure
  2. The act of pausing or ending a formal meeting or session with the intent to resume it later or indefinitely. This usually involves stopping formal activity and breaking up the gathering
How to use "adjourn" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to adjourn the court proceedings until the following week.
  2. After a long debate with no resolution, the committee decided to adjourn the meeting.
  3. Due to a lack of critical attendance, the assembly had to adjourn and reschedule.

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