French translation of 'time out'
1. (in sport) temps m mort
to ask for a time out demander un temps mort
2. (= break) interruption f
to take time out to do sth interrompre ses activités pour faire qch
He took time out from campaigning to accompany his mother to a dinner. Il a interrompu sa campagne pour accompagner sa mère à un dîner.
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It isn't through neglect that Gleed's spending a lot of his time out of Peak Low.PASSION IN THE PEAK
Carrying on regardless was what His Grace's family had been doing since time out of mind.A DEAD LIBERTY
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Translation of time out from the Collins English to French Dictionary