stop-n; 9 Senses

Sense Number 1: the ending

Commentary: STOP[+event] halt, stoppage - the event o something ending

It came to a stop at the bottom of the hill.
You must come to a complete stop at the end of the street.
The third baseman made some remarkable stops.
His stoppage of the flow resulted in a flood.
The first good stop of the game was in the third quarter at 4:27pm.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 1 2

Sense Number 2: a visit

Commentary: STOP[+event] stopover, layover - a brief stay in the course of a journey

That stop lasted over an hour.
This flight was cheaper because of the three hour stop in Chicago.
They made a stopver to visit friends.
His next stop is Atlanta.
I'm getting off of the train at the next stop.
Our next stop will not be for two hours so use the toilets now.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 3 5

Sense Number 3: state of inactivity

Commentary: STOP[+event] arrest, heck, halt, hitch, stay, stoppage - the state of inactivity following an interruption

During the fifth stop he got some lunch.
The momentary stop enabled him to escape.
He spent the entire stop in his seat.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 4

Sense Number 4: motion stopper

Commentary: catch - a restraint that checks the motion of something

George put a stop over the drain to give Fido a bath.
He used a book as a stop to hold the door open.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 10

Sense Number 5: pipe blockage

Commentary: blockage, block, closure, occlusion, stoppage - an obstruction in a pipe or tube

After John left, Mary spent an hour clearing the stop in the toilet.
We had to call a plumber to clear out the stop in the drainpipe.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 11

Sense Number 6: phonetic sound

Commentary: stop consonant, occlusive, plosive consonant, plosive speech sound, plosive - a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it

His stop consonants are too aspirated.
She found it difficult to palatal stops with her new retainer.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 6

Sense Number 7: punctuation

Commentary: period, point, full stop, full point - a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations

In England they call a period a stop.
The stop at the end of the third sentence is missing.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 7

Sense Number 8: camera piece

Commentary: diaphragm a mechanical divide in a camera that control size of aperture of the lens

The new cameras adjust the stop automatically.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 9

Sense Number 9: knob

Commentary: (music) a knob on an organ that is pulled to change the sound quality from the organ pipes

The organist pulled out all the stops.

WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 8