Sinónimos de gap
a break or opening in somethingthe wind tearing through gaps in the window frames
He squeezed through an opening in the fence.
The space underneath could be used as a storage area.
They got in through a hole in the wall.
kids with holes in the knees of their jeans
a sudden break in the clouds
The seat had a few small splits around the corners.
the great divide between generations
She watched him though a crack in the curtains.
welling up from a rent in the ground
A large battering ram hammered a breach in the wall.
He dropped a coin in the slot and dialled.
There was a small air vent in the ceiling.
In the open bog are many rifts and potholes.
Through the aperture he could see daylight.
a narrow cleft in the rocks too small for a human to squeeze through
He peered through a chink in the curtains.
a huge boulder with rare ferns growing in every crevice
There was a great crack, and a fissure opened up.
The lizards fled into crannies in the rocks.
an interruption or intervalThere followed a gap of four years.
During the interval, wine was served.
There was a brief pause in the conversation.
Parliament returns to work today after its summer recess.
interruptions in the supply of food and fuel
I rang home during a brief respite at work.
a lull in the conversation
It was a happy interlude in her life.
Efforts to reach a settlement resume today after a two-week hiatus.
Drinks were served during the intermission.
There are still major lacunae in the material available.
He identified a gap in the market.
a difference in ideas or viewpointthe gap between the poor and the well-off
the vast difference in size
the gulf between rural and urban life
The contrast between the two pieces of artwork was very striking.
the discrepancy between press and radio reports
the alleged inconsistencies in her evidence
economic disparities between countries
There's substantial divergence of opinion in the party.
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in the sense of aperture
a hole or openingThrough the aperture he could see daylight.
in the sense of breach
a crack, break, or gapA large battering ram hammered a breach in the wall.
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