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Definition of intermissions in English Turkish dictionary

intermission
antrakt
intermission
(Tiyatro) konser ara
intermission
(Tıp) intermisyon
intermission
(Spor) haftaym
intermission
aralık
intermission
perde arası

Perde arası ne zaman? - When is the intermission?

intermission
{i} futbol ara, haftaym
intermission
fasılalı
intermission
{i} sin., tiy., konser ara, antrakt
intermission
{i} mola

Molada tuvalete gittim. - I went to the restroom during the intermission.

Molada bacaklarımı germek için kalktım. - During the intermission I got up to stretch my legs.

intermission
kesik kesik
intermission
{i} ara

Ara vermeden bütün gün boyunca yağmur yağıyordu. - It was raining all day long without intermission.

Gösterim arası olmak üzere. - It's almost intermission.

intermission
intermissive aralıklı
intermission
(Tıp) Hastalık ateşinin muvakkat olarak düşmesi
intermission
{i} voleybol, basketbol ara, mola
English - English
plural of intermission
intermission
a recess
intermission
the act of suspending activity temporarily
intermission
The act or the state of intermitting; the state of being neglected or disused; disuse; discontinuance
intermission
A fifteen-minute recess between periods
intermission
The temporary cessation or subsidence of a fever; the space of time between the paroxysms of a disease
intermission
An intermission is a short break between two parts of a film, concert, or show. during the intermission of the musical `Steppin' Out'. = interval, interlude In American English, you can also use intermission to refer to a short break between two parts of a game, or say that something happens at, after, or during intermission. Fraser did not perform until after intermission. a short period of time between the parts of a play, concert etc = interlude British Equivalent: interval (intermissio, from intermittere; INTERMITTENT)
intermission
a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
intermission
In England, "interval"; a pause in the action, marked by a fall of the curtain or a fade-out of the stage lights, during which the audience may leave their seats for a short time, usually ten or fifteen minutes Intermissions divide the play into separate acts
intermission
A break between two performances or sessions, such as at a concert, play, seminar, or religious assembly
intermission
Intervention; interposition
intermission
{i} short break, temporary pause in an action
intermission
the 5-minute rest period between periods of a game
intermission
Intermission is an entire cessation, as distinguished from remission, or abatement of fever
intermission
Cessation for a time; an intervening period of time; an interval; a temporary pause; as, to labor without intermission; an intermission of ten minutes
intermissions
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