intersession

noun
in·​ter·​ses·​sion | \ ˈin-tər-ˌse-shən How to pronounce intersession (audio) \

Definition of intersession

: a period between two academic sessions or terms sometimes utilized for brief concentrated courses

Examples of intersession in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The calendar gives students and teachers an intersession break on Friday, Oct. 30 and Monday, Nov. 2. Houston Chronicle, "Spring-Klein School Notebook: Spring ISD approves calendar revisions," 10 Oct. 2020 The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville began an in-person summer intersession last week but won't start the full fall semester until Aug. 24. Emily Walkenhorst, Arkansas Online, "Colleges firm up plans for covid-19," 10 Aug. 2020 Teachers can choose whether to work the intersession breaks and will be paid for doing so. Alia Malik, ExpressNews.com, "Adding flexibility for possible campus closures, San Antonio ISD adds three weeks to upcoming school year," 23 June 2020 Winter intersession is ideal for a student who would like to catch up or get ahead with their studies. courant.com, "Community News For The Putnam-Killingly Edition," 9 Dec. 2019 Winter intersession is ideal for a student who would like to catch up or get ahead with their studies. courant.com, "Community News For The Putnam-Killingly Edition," 9 Dec. 2019 Winter intersession is ideal for a student who would like to catch up or get ahead with their studies. courant.com, "Community News For The Putnam-Killingly Edition," 9 Dec. 2019 Winter intersession is ideal for a student who would like to catch up or get ahead with their studies. courant.com, "Community News For The Putnam-Killingly Edition," 9 Dec. 2019 Winter intersession is ideal for a student who would like to catch up or get ahead with their studies. courant.com, "Community News For The Putnam-Killingly Edition," 2 Dec. 2019

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First Known Use of intersession

1932, in the meaning defined above

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18 Oct 2020

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“Intersession.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intersession. Accessed 28 Oct. 2020.

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