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recess

noun
 
 
/rɪˈses/
NOT WORKING [C, U] a time in the day or in the year when a parliament or law court is not working
meclis tatili, adlî tatil; mola; ara
a parliamentary/congressional recess The court is in recess for thirty minutes.Time off workPauses and interludes
SCHOOL [C, U] US ( UK break) a period of free time between classes at school
teneffüs, ara, mola
At recess the boys would fight.Schools in generalPauses and interludes
WALL [C] a part of a wall in a room that is further back than the rest of the wall
girinti, niş
Walls and parts of walls
(Definition of recess from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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