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Translation of "gap" - English-Spanish dictionary

gap

noun   /ɡæp/
B1 an empty space or hole in the middle of something, or between two things hueco There’s a big gap between the door and the floor. The sun was shining through a gap in the curtains.
something that is absent and stops something from being complete laguna, vacío There are still huge gaps in my knowledge.
a difference between two groups of people or two situations diferencia, brecha an age gap The gap between rich and poor is increasing.
a period of time spent doing something different descanso, intervalo After a gap of five years, Jen decided to go back to work.
(Definition of gap from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gap

noun /ɡӕp/
a break or open space hueco, espacio, vacío; brecha a gap between his teeth.
gap year /ˈɡæp ˌjiə/ noun
(British) a year between leaving school and starting university that a young person spends travelling/traveling or getting work experience año sabático She spent her gap year travelling/traveling around the world.
(Definition of gap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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