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To interrupt someone, or a situation, by doing or saying something abruptly, or forcefully, and usually without thinking about the consequences.
Of earlier bridges one, which crossed at High Street, was swept away by the flood of 1621, and another, constructed by General Wade in 1723-1733, was apparently the predecessor of Smeaton's bridge.
Whether you engage in water aerobics or you just like to wade in the shallow end, a swimsuit is essential for enjoying summertime water activities.
A waterproof lining keeps your hair dry while you wade in the water or sunbathe.
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