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period

noun   /ˈpɪə·ri·əd/
B1 a length of time período a 24-hour period a period of four months
B1 in a school, one of the parts of the day when a subject is taught hora, clase We have six periods of science a week.
US ( UK full stop) the mark (.) that is put at the end of a sentence, or at the end of a word that has been shortened punto
(Definition of period from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

period

noun /ˈpiəriəd/
any length of time período a period of three days a period of waiting.
a stage in the Earth’s development, an artist’s development, in history etc era, fase, etapa the Pleistocene period the modern period.
the punctuation mark (.), put at the end of a sentence; a full stop. punto
periodic /-ˈo-/ adjective
happening, done etc occasionally periódico He suffers from periodic fits of depression.
(also periodical) happening, done etc at regular intervals periódico periodical reports.
periodically adverb
periódicamente We see each other periodically.
periodical /-ˈo-/ noun
a magazine which is issued regularly (every week, month etc) periódico, publicación periódica a lifestyle periodical aimed at women.
periodic table /ˈpiəriˈodik ˈteibəl/ noun
(chemistry) a table in which the chemical elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number. Elements with similar properties are shown in related groups Tabla Periódica The periodic table is one of the most important tools for understanding chemistry.
(Definition of period from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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