in·ter·val
/ˈin(t)ərvəl/
noun
  1. 1.
    an intervening time or space.
    “after his departure, there was an interval of many years without any meetings”
    synonyms: interiminterlude, intervening time, intervening period, meantimemeanwhile;

    interregnum
    “election day was a week away and Baldwin made two speeches in the interval”
    • a component of activity in interval training.
      “use one day a week for short, sprint intervals”
  2. 2.
    a pause or break in activity.
    “an interval of mourning”
    synonyms: intermissioninterludeentr’actebreakrecesspausegap; More

    • a break between the parts of an athletic contest.
      “United led 3-0 at the interval”
    an intermission separating parts of a theatrical or musical performance.
in·ter·val
/ˈin(t)ərvəl/
noun
  1. 1.
    an intervening time or space.
    “after his departure, there was an interval of many years without any meetings”
    synonyms: interiminterlude, intervening time, intervening period, meantimemeanwhile;

    interregnum
    “election day was a week away and Baldwin made two speeches in the interval”
    • a component of activity in interval training.
      “use one day a week for short, sprint intervals”
  2. 2.
    a pause or break in activity.
    “an interval of mourning”
    synonyms: intermissioninterludeentr’actebreakrecesspausegap; More

    • a break between the parts of an athletic contest.
      “United led 3-0 at the interval”
    an intermission separating parts of a theatrical or musical performance.