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between

preposition   /bɪˈtwiːn/
A1 in the space that separates two places, people, or things entre The town lies halfway between Florence and Rome.
A1 in the period of time that separates two events or times entre The shop is closed for lunch between 12.30 and 1.30. Please call back between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
A1 involving two or more groups of people entre Tonight’s game is between Brazil and Germany.
A2 connecting two or more places or things entre the train service between Glasgow and Edinburgh
A2 used when comparing two people or things entre What’s the difference between these two cameras?
A2 If something is between two amounts, it is larger than the first amount but smaller than the second entre The temperature will be between 20 and 25 degrees today.
B1 shared by a particular number of people entre We divided the money between us.
separating two places or things entre The wall between East and West Berlin came down in 1989.
adverb   /bɪˈtwiːn/
B1 in the space that separates two people, places, or things entremedias The houses were built without much room in between.
B1 in the period of time that separates two events or times entremedias There’s a train at 6.15 and one at 10.30 but nothing in between.
(Definition of between from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

between

preposition /biˈtwiːn/
in, to, through or across the space dividing two people, places, times etc entre There was a gap of about a foot between the car and the pavement/sidewalk We’re expecting her to arrive between 2 o’clock and 2.30 You should not eat between meals.
concerning the relationship of two things or people entre Children need to learn the difference between right and wrong.
by the combined action of; working together entre They managed it between them.
part to one (person or thing), part to (the other) entre Divide the chocolate between you.
between you and me / between ourselves
in confidence entre nosotros Between you and me, I think he’s rather nice.
between is usually used for two. among is usually used for more than two.
(Definition of between from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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