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interlude

noun   /ˈɪn.tə.luːd/
a short period when a situation or activity is different from what comes before and after it intervalo, interludio Except for a brief Christian interlude at the beginning of the 11th century, Istanbul has been a Muslim city for almost 1,300 years. The musical interludes don’t really fit in with the rest of the play.1558
(Definition of interlude from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

interlude

noun /ˈintəluːd/
a usually short period or gap, eg between the acts of a play etc interludio We bought an ice-cream during the interlude an interlude of calm during the violence.
(Definition of interlude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “interlude”
in Vietnamese thời gian giải lao…
in Malaysian selingan…
in Thai ช่วงหยุดพักการแสดงละคร…
in French intermède…
in German die Pause…
in Chinese (Simplified) 插曲,间歇…
in Turkish ara, fasıla…
in Russian интерлюдия, перерыв…
in Indonesian saat sela, selingan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 插曲,間歇…
in Polish przerywnik…
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