Definitions for "Abort"
To miscarry; to bring forth young prematurely.
To jettison a load of water or retardant from an aircraft, or terminate a preplanned aircraft maneuver.
To end a mission prematurely. Aerodynamics Comes from two Greek words: aerios (concerning the air) and dynamis (powerful). Aerodynamics is the study of forces and the resulting motion of objects through the air.
to stop, cease, or fail prior to normal completion.
to cause (an action or process) to stop at an early stage, or before normal completion; as, to abort a rocket flight.
To stop doing something. Particularly, to exit a software program or stop receiving or sending a message.
It's considered not politically correct to use the term anymore so it has been replaced by Choice. As in choice() function.
memewatch! To correct a misconception.
Keywords:  ato, cancel, shuttle, queue, launch
to cancel an attempt. The Space Shuttle has several abort options, including an emergency return to the launch site to an "abort to orbit" (see ATO).
to cancel a command.
printer-name Cancel the current job and stop the printer. Users can still submit jobs if the queue's enabled.
Keywords:  untimely, birth
An untimely birth.
To become checked in normal development, so as either to remain rudimentary or shrink away wholly; to become sterile.
To cut short or break off an action or operation. In Sonitrol Access Control systems abort is the term used to signify the units inability to contact the central station after eight dialing attempts.
Keywords:  offspring
An aborted offspring.
an exception in which the handling software cannot determine the location of the offending instruction
an exception that permits neither precise location of the instruction causing the exception nor restart of the program that caused the exception
This term refers to transactions that do not complete. Any changes made by a transaction that is aborted, for whatever reason, must be undone. Once a transaction is undone ( rolled back), no evidence that the transaction was ever attempted remains outside of records in the transaction processing system's log. See also rolled back.
a transaction that is not committed to the database.
In a computer or data transmission system, to abort means to , usually in a controlled manner, a processing activity because it is impossible or undesirable for the activity to proceed. Such an action may be accompanied by information on the aborted process.
Keywords:  fucked, shit, ass
To shit soon after being ass-fucked
Keywords:  discontinue, stage, final, take, off
To discontinue a take-off at the final stage.