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[ UK /ˌɪntəmˈɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌɪntɝˈmɪʃən/ ]
  1. a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
  2. the act of suspending activity temporarily
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How To Use intermission In A Sentence

  • That snooty neighbour of yours may be sitting in the same row and spot you during the intermission.
  • Students studying at Monash on a student visa can only apply for an intermission if they have a medical condition or there is a serious illness in the family.
  • Both are intermissionless, fast, funny, dark and humble plays of rhetoric slamming up against reality. Lauren Gunderson: Reckoning Theatre: Big Questions, Small Casts in 2 Bay Area Shows
  • `A short intermission for spirits to rejuvenate the bloodstream. INCA GOLD
  • The growly riff that Mr. Wilson created was so catchy that trumpeter Ray Wetzel of Stan Kenton's band lifted it in 1945 for his own "Intermission Riff," which became a signature hit for Kenton. Swing's Forgotten King
  • My one and only complaint is the lack of intermission between Vorspiel and "opera" proper, especially since the wooden seats of the Bayreuth-like Prinzregenten Theater begin to test the physical limits of the audience for such a long period, reminding one why German, apparently alone among languages, has that particular word Sitzfleisch, or sitting endurance. Opera Today
  • There in Germany, they still had intermissions for movies.
  • After intermission, the musicians began gently with pieces featuring the organ's flute stops and a quartet of recorders.
  • Usually the films are shown in Indian cinemas with a lengthy intermission between the two parts.
  • The idea of never allowing any pause, any intermission, is wrong.
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