→ I spend a lot of time travelling between London and Oxford.
→ He was sitting between two old ladies.
→ The gun lay between the two bodies.
→ There was a cigarette between his lips.
→ between 9 and 10 tomorrow
→ The canal was built between 1793 and 1797.
→ between the two world wars
→ people aged between 18 and 30
→ It weighs between 30 and 40 kilos.
→ the relationship between doctors and patients
→ the obstacles that lay between him and success
Stroud is between Oxford and Bristol. Stroud est entre Oxford et Bristol.
between 15 and 20 minutes entre quinze et vingt minutes
the road between here and London la route d'ici à Londres
to choose between choisir entre
→ Students will be able to choose between English, French and Russian as their first foreign language.
to be divided between people
[money, property] être divisé (e) entre plusieurs personnes
→ The inheritance was divided between the five children.
to be shared between, All the tasks are shared between us. Nous partageons toutes les tâches., Nous nous partageons toutes les tâches.
between you and me, between ourselves entre nous
→ Between you and me, it's been awful for business.
→ Between ourselves, I know he wants to marry her.
We only had 5 pounds between us. Nous n'avions que 5 livres en tout.
→ The three sites employ 12,500 people between them.
(=between two things) entre les deux → warehouses, arranged in gabled pairs with covered wooden corridors between in between
(=between two things) (in space, time)
entre les deux → Court Road, Queen Street, and all the little side streets in between → He had to make two flights, with a 5-hour wait in between.
n intermédiaire mf
→ As I told you, I am merely a go-between. It's not my decision to make.
to act as a go-between servir d'intermédiaire
→ Fortunately, Peter was there to act as a go-between.
[stage] entre les deux
→ He's at the in-between stage, neither a child nor an adult.