A break for a worker or workers that splits a period of work.(noun)
A break for schoolchildren between lessons.(noun)
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Use "breaktime" in a sentence
"KitKat brand manager Jemma Handley says: "Through this campaign, we are not only demonstrating our lead in the FMCG sector for digital execution but offering consumers an enhanced experience around 'breaktime' and music.""
"Or better still, removed, as the banning of football was probably a reflex by some embittered council hack who always got picked last at breaktime."
"It could be breaktime, except that everyone is sitting in attentive groups."