intermission ( intermissions plural ) An intermission is a short break between two parts of a film, concert, or show. n-count
...during the intermission of the musical `Steppin' Out'.
In American English, you can also use intermission to refer to a short break between two parts of a game, or say that something happens at, after, or during intermission., n-count also prep N
Fraser did not perform until after intermission.
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break, breathing space, cessation, entr'acte, interlude, interruption, interval, let-up (informal) lull, pause, recess, respite, rest, stop, stoppage, suspense, suspension
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