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lapse

noun [C]
 
 
/læps/
FAILURE a period of time when something fails to happen as it should
aksama, dikkat dağınıklığı, unutma, kayma
a memory lapse It is thought that the accident was caused by a lapse of concentration.Faults and mistakesSpecific periods of time
TIME a period of time passing between two things happening
süre, ara, aralık, fasıla
a time lapse/a lapse of time He turned up again after a lapse of two years.Pauses and interludes
Translations of “lapse”
in Vietnamese khoảng (thời gian)…
in Spanish intervalo, lapso…
in Thai เวลาที่ผ่านไป…
in Malaysian selang…
in French intervalle…
in German die Zeitspanne…
in Chinese (Traditional) 失敗, 過失,小失誤…
in Indonesian lewat…
in Russian провал, сбой, промежуток времени…
in Chinese (Simplified) 失败, 过失,小失误…
in Polish chwilowy zanik, upływ…
(Definition of lapse noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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