vi.延期,休会,换另一 个地方 vt.使中止,推迟
动词过去式:adjourned 过去分词:adjourned 现在分词:adjourning 第三人称单数:adjourns 名词:adjourn-ment
1 (a) [Tn usu passive 通常用于被动语态] stop (a meeting, etc) for a time; postpone 停止（会议等）一段时间; 休（会）; 使延期
*The trial was adjourned for a week/until the following week. 审讯暂停一星期[下星期继续进行].
(b) [I] (of people at a meeting, in court, etc) stop proceedings and separate （指会议, 法庭等的人）休会, 休庭
*The court will adjourn for lunch. 法庭午餐时间休庭.
* Let's adjourn until tomorrow. 咱们休会, 明天继续进行.
2 [Ipr] ~to... (of people who have come together) go to another place （指聚集的人）到另一处去
*After dinner we all adjourned to the lounge. 饭後我们都到休息室去了.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin: ajourner, from jour 'day']
[I and T]
if a meeting, parliament, law court etc adjourns, or if the person in charge adjourns it, it stops for a short time
It was almost noon when the meeting adjourned.
Congress has adjourned for the November elections.
His trial was adjourned until May.
adjourn to sth
to finish an activity and go somewhere - often used humorously
The rest of us adjourned to a nearby pub for some refreshments.
>adjournmentn [U and C]
We sought an adjournment of the proceedings.