[ US /ɪˈɫæpst/ ]
[ UK /ɪlˈæpsd/ ]
  1. (of time) having passed or slipped by
    elapsed time
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How To Use elapsed In A Sentence

  • Enough time had now elapsed since our last newly afflicted patient to conclude that the epidemic was over. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic
  • Several months elapsed before his case was brought to trial.
  • The longer the time elapsed, the less likely that the informant has retained freshness of recollection or can offer new information.
  • Looking at the time elapsed, it is at least 30 hours. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two of the 11 patients relapsed on valproic acid.
  • Had such been the case a century might have elapsed before the reproach of convictism had been removed from this hemisphere. A Source Book of Australian History
  • The dog can be given more time if preferred, but under no circumstances should anything else be attempted before those five minutes have elapsed. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend
  • The usual few months elapsed before he received the standard rejection letter. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the nortriptyline-lithium group, only one patient relapsed after five weeks of medication.
  • Onyx also has initiated a Phase III trial, known as ASPIRE, to study carfilzomib in combination with Revlimid and a low dose of dexamethasone, which is used to counteract some chemotherapy side effects, in patients with relapsed multiple myeloma. San Antonio Business News - Local San Antonio News | The San Antonio Business Journal
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