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recess

noun /riˈses, ˈriːses/
a part of a room set back from the main part; alcove
hueco, nicho
We can put the dining table in that recess.
the time during which Parliament or the law-courts do not work
suspensión
Parliament is in recess.
(American) a short period of free time between school classes.
recreo
(Definition of recess from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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