English translation of 'intervalo'
2. (descanso) break
a intervalos every now and then
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'intervalo' in Other Languages
British English: interval /ˈɪntəvəl/ NOUN
The interval between two events or dates is the period of time between them.
There was a long interval of silence.
- American English: interval
- Arabic: فَاصِلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intervalo
- Chinese: 幕间休息
- Croatian: interval
- Czech: interval
- Danish: interval
- Dutch: interval
- European Spanish: intervalo
- Finnish: aikaväli
- French: entracte
- German: Intervall
- Greek: διάλειμμα
- Italian: intervallo
- Japanese: 間隔
- Korean: 간격
- Norwegian: intervall
- Polish: odstęp
- European Portuguese: intervalo
- Romanian: interval
- Russian: интервал
- Spanish: intervalo
- Swedish: intervall
- Thai: ช่วงเวลา
- Turkish: ara konser, tiyatro
- Ukrainian: інтервал
- Vietnamese: khoảng thời gian giữa hai sự kiện
British English: intermission NOUN
An intermission is a short break between two parts of a film, concert, or show.
...during the intermission of the musical.
British English: lag NOUN
A time lag or a lag of a particular length of time is a period of time between one event and another related event.
There's a time lag between infection with HIV and developing AIDS.
Translation of intervalo from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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