noun: The condition of being temporarily set aside; suspension: held the plan in abeyance.
noun: Law A condition of undetermined ownership, as of an estate that has not yet been assigned.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
It definitely feels that it cannot ignore Christ, is not capable of leaving Christ in abeyance and then otherwise leading a busy life.
Futures is the award-winning science-fiction section of Nature, currently in abeyance in Nature itself but being published each month in Nature's monthly sister title, Nature Physics.
But my impression of a suspended sentence is that it is held in abeyance unless the defendant completes a period of time without a further criminal offense.
And they would rather hold that money in abeyance for next year.
Without fossil fuels, or some form of alternative energy that can be scaled up to the consumption level of fossil fuels, these non-adaptive social systems will collapse, and all the ferocity of tribal competitiveness, which they had been holding in abeyance, will appear.
n neaiški padėtis, būsena
in abeyance a) nežinios, laukimo būsenoje
b) be valdytojo
to be in abeyance būti laikinai atšauktam (apie įsakymą, įstatymą)