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time–out

noun

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  1. a period of often involuntary inactivity or idleness we need to take a time-out from our relationship to think things over Synonyms of time–out layoff, time-out, winterWords Related to time–out break, breath, breather, interruption, lull, pause, recess; abeyance, doldrums, dormancy, latency, quiescence, suspense, suspension


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