Spanish translation of 'time out'
- (sport, also fig)
tiempo m muerto
⇒ to take time out (from sth/from doing sth)
descansar (de algo/de hacer algo)
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Example Sentences Including 'time out'
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
I didn't want to spend any more time out in no man's land -- the unsupported pawn up for sacrifice.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
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Translation of time out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary