Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stop.(verb)
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Use "stops" in a sentence
"The long VOT of these voiced stops would tend then to be reinterpreted in loanwords into Mid IE as _creaky stops_ which also have longer VOT what you are calling "ejective" according to Glottalic Theory."
"She stops as if she had been tremendously shocked, and a moment later the rattling of a latch-key in the inner door also stops_ JOHN _from going any further."
"Right after the rain stops is a good time to be in the woods as they usually start feeding then."