[ stˈɒps wˈɒnz tɹˈaks], [ stˈɒps wˈɒnz tɹˈaks], [ s_t_ˈɒ_p_s w_ˈɒ_n_z t_ɹ_ˈa_k_s]
Related words: stop and track, stop my tracks, stop movement, stop the track, stop playing, stop and go, stop of the track
When you hear something or come across a piece of information that stops you in your tracks, it means that it has halted or arrested your attention. However, there are certain words that can be used as antonyms for this phrase, indicating a lack of any interruption or disturbance. Words like 'ignores', 'overlooks' or 'dismisses' all imply that the new information or situation has not caused any interruption, and that you have continued on with your previous thoughts or tasks without any impact. These antonyms are helpful in describing situations where there has been no pause, disturbance or interruption.
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