Meaning of “between” - Learner’s Dictionary

between

preposition uk us /bɪˈtwiːn/
SPACE

A1 in the space that separates two places, people, or things:

The town lies halfway between Florence and Rome.
A narrow path runs between the two houses.
TIME

A1 in the period of time that separates two events or times:

The shop is closed for lunch between 12.30 and 1.30.
INVOLVE

A1 involving two or more groups of people:

Tonight's game is between the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams.
AMOUNT

A2 used to show the largest and smallest amount or level of something:

Between 50 and 100 people will lose their jobs.
CONNECT

A2 connecting two or more places or things:

There is a regular train service between the two towns.
SEPARATE

A2 separating two or more things or people:

the gap between rich and poor
What's the difference between these two cameras?
SHARE

B1 shared by a particular number of people:

We drank two bottles of wine between four of us.
AMOUNT

A2 If something is between two amounts, it is larger than the first amount but smaller than the second:

The temperature will be between 20 and 25 degrees today.
CHOOSE

If you choose between two things, you choose one thing or the other.

(Definition of “between preposition” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)