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Stoped vs. Stopped

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Stopedverb

simple past tense and past participle of stope

Stoppedverb

simple past tense and past participle of stop

Stoppedadjective

(of a vehicle) Not moving, but not properly parked or berthed; said also of the occupants of such a vehicle.

‘We were stopped for more than three hours!’; ‘They passed a stopped car on the side of the road, but realized there was nothing they could do to help.’;

Stoppedadjective

(more generally) In the state resulting from having stopped.

‘A stopped clock is right twice a day.’;

Stoppedadjective

(of a pipe) Having a stop; being closed at one end.

Stoppedadjective

(of a plant) In a well-pruned state.

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Stoppedadjective

(phonetics) Made by complete closure of the organs in the mouth; said of certain consonants such as b, d, p, and t''.

Stoppedadjective

Made by complete closure of the mouth organs; shut; - said of certain consonants (p, b, t, d, etc.).

Stoppedadjective

used of string or hole or pipe of instruments

Stoppedadjective

(of a nose) blocked;

‘a stopped (or stopped-up) nose’;

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