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between

Definitions by Oxford


[bɪˈtwiːn], (Preposition)

Definitions:
- at, into, or across the space separating (two objects or regions)
(e.g: the border between Mexico and the United States)

- in the period separating (two points in time)
(e.g: they snack between meals)

- in the interval separating (two points on a scale)
(e.g: a man aged between 18 and 30)

- indicating a connection or relationship involving two or more parties
(e.g: links between science and industry)

- by combining the resources or actions of (two or more people or other entities)
(e.g: we have created something between us)


Phrases:
- between you and me
- in between times

Origin:
Old English betwēonum, from be ‘by’ + a Germanic word related to two


[bɪˈtwiːn], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- in or along the space separating two objects or regions
(e.g: layers of paper with tar in between)

- in the period separating two points in time
(e.g: sets of exercises with no rest in between)


Phrases:
- between you and me
- in between times

Origin:







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