To interrupt current work and do something else for a moment. (verb) वर्तमान कार्य में बाधा डालना और क्षण भर के लिए कुछ और करना।
A short time for relaxing and doing something else. (noun) आराम करने और कुछ और करने के लिए कम समय।
Examples of word Pause
II. i.32 (159,9) [tho 'she pause] To _pause_ is to rest, to be in quiet.
And, of course, it was just hours after President Bush said that he considered the term pause to be misleading because there was going to be no pause in operations.
"I think we're probably on a short term pause to really get the fear and the psychology into the right perspective."
Clearly, this term pause, much debated, does not apply to the air war.
Goldman Sachs economist Alberto Ramos , noting that the bank's decision to hike rates wasn't unanimous, says the a "near term pause in the rate hike cycle looks increasingly in the cards," although he said the bank still may push the rate a bit higher during the second half of 2011.
For a full second we stood in pause — I, with legs spread, and arched and tense, body thrown forward, right arm horizontal and straight out; Fortini, his blade beyond me so far that hilt and hand just rested lightly against my left breast, his body rigid, his eyes open and shining.
There was no rest, never a moment's pause from the cheerless, heart-breaking battle.
A semicolon pause is longer than a comma pause and shorter than a period/full stop pause.
Maybe there are some true consultant masterminds out there for whom every pause is a dogwhistle to pundits, for whom every turn of phrase is frought with Da Vinci Code-like hidden meaning -- I haven't covered them.
A good poet has to have an ear for punctuation, determining what sort of a pause is needed to maintain the meter, and what kind is necessary to make a convoluted sentence clear.