Definitions for time-out
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word time-out
a brief suspension of play
"each team has two time-outs left"
respite, recess, break, time out(noun)
a pause from doing something (as work)
"we took a 10-minute break"; "he took time out to recuperate"
A short break in the action of a sport, for substitution, consultation, etc.
We're being beaten! We need a time-out!
A break from a tense, heated or stressful situation (often enforced, sometimes as a disciplinary measure); a cooling-off period.
Origin: * time + out
The numerical value of time-out in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of time-out in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's clear that we need a time out.
Going into the fourth quarter, you usually get a time-out, i am now looking forward to a quiet time-out, Christmas with my family.
It is time we let this process play out and crucially regulators also need a time out to assess the impact of all the flurry of measures adopted since the great financial crisis.
There isnt much better in this life than finding a way to spend a few hours in conversation with people you respect and love. You have to carve this time out of your life because you arent really living without it.
There isn't much better in this life than finding a way to spend a few hours in conversation with people you respect and love. You have to carve this time out of your life because you aren't really living without it.
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Translations for time-out
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- téntol, temps mortCatalan, Valencian
- Timeout, AuszeitGerman
- tiempo muerto, tiempo fueraSpanish
- time out, temps mort, arrêt de jeuFrench
- перекур, тайм-а́ут, тайм-аут, передышка, блокиро́вка по вре́мени, перерыв, лими́т вре́мениRussian
- vilopaus, time-out, tidsgräns, timeoutSwedish
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