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An interval between two acts of a play or opera.
Another performance, such as a piece of music or a dance, during this.
Entr'acte, means "between the acts". It can mean a pause between two parts of a stage production, synonymous to an intermission, but it more often indicates a piece of music performed between acts of a theatrical production. In the case of stage musicals, the entr'acte serves as the overture of act 2. In films that were meant to be shown with an intermission, there was frequently a specially recorded entr'acte on the soundtrack between the first and second half of the film, although this practice has died out in recent years.
Translations for entracte
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a short break in a play, concert etc
We had ice-cream in the interval.
- فاصِلَه موسيقيَّهArabic
- intervaloPortuguese (BR)
- die PauseGerman
- अध्यावकाश, स्वरान्तरालHindi
- (연극의) 막간Korean
- waktu rehatMalay
- antract, pauzăRomanian
- mellanakt, pausSwedish
- หยุดพักเป็นช่วง ๆThai
- ara, mola, antraktTurkish
- 中場休息Chinese (Trad.)
- перерва; антрактUkrainian
- کھیل تماشے کے دوران مختصر وقفہUrdu
- thời gian giải laoVietnamese
- 幕间休息Chinese (Simp.)
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