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interval

noun /ˈintəvəl/
a time or space between
intervalo
He returned home after an interval of two hours.
a short break in a play, concert etc
descanso
We had ice-cream in the interval.
at intervals here and there; now and then
aquí y allí; a intervalos
Trees grew at intervals along the road.
(Definition of interval from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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