The act of intermitting or the state of being intermitted.(noun)
A respite or recess.(noun)
The period between the acts of a theatrical or musical performance. See Synonyms at pause.(noun)
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Use "intermission" in a sentence
"La Bete, performed without an intermission, is a monologist's dream."
"Before the intermission is over … can somebody pass me the popcorn?"
"I find it especially jarring that the preview would feature animation taken from drive-in intermission reels."