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stop I {{/stl_13}}{{stl_8}}rz. mnż I, D. -u, Mc. stoppie {{/stl_8}}{{stl_7}}'substancja metaliczna otrzymywana przeważnie przez stopienie dwóch lub więcej metali (niekiedy z domieszką niemetali), wytwarzana w celu uzyskania lepszych właściwości wytrzymałościowych lub technologicznych metali': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Stop miedzi i cynku. Stop odlewniczy. Stop metali nieżelaznych. {{/stl_10}}{{stl_20}}
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{{/stl_20}}stop II {{/stl_13}}{{stl_8}}rz. mnż I, D, -u, Mc. stoppie, blm, pot. {{/stl_8}}{{stl_7}}'światło hamowania (barwy pomarańczowej) w pojazdach mechanicznych; światło stopowe': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Włączyć stop. Samochód ma zepsuty stop. <ang.> {{/stl_10}}{{stl_20}}
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{{/stl_20}}stop III {{/stl_13}}{{stl_8}}wykrz. {{/stl_8}}{{stl_20}}
{{/stl_20}}{{stl_12}}1. {{/stl_12}}{{stl_7}}'wykrzyknik nakazujący komuś natychmiastowe zatrzymanie się lub przerwanie jakiejś czynności': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Maszyny – stop! Stop! Nie ruszaj się. {{/stl_10}}{{stl_20}}
{{/stl_20}}{{stl_12}}2. {{/stl_12}}{{stl_7}}'wyraz używany w telegramach zamiast kropki': {{/stl_7}}{{stl_10}}Przyjeżdżam w piątek. – Stop. – Krzysiek. <ang.> {{/stl_10}}

Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień. 2015.

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