Translation of interval in Spanish:

interval

intervalo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪn(t)ərvəl//ˈɪntəv(ə)l/

noun

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    • 1.1(time)

      intervalo masculine
      lucid intervals intervalos de lucidez
      • at regular/irregular intervals a intervalos regulares/irregulares
      • at intervals of 20 minutes a intervalos de 20 minutos
      • at 20-minute intervals a intervalos de 20 minutos
      • the interval(s) between their visits grew longer cada vez espaciaban más sus visitas
      • bright/sunny intervals intervalos soleados/de sol
      • The cross-bedded sandstones represent dunes from the dry intervals, when plant and animal life was less abundant.
      • Our experiments did not simulate the effects of climate change when spreading rates can be expected to accelerate during wet intervals and decelerate during dry intervals.
      • When it's eight meals, they're very small and my meal interval is 2-2 1/2 hours.
      • I do understand that the longer intervals I leave between the reading of each blog, the more I shall have to read on each visit.
      • Samples of corn pollen were weighed at regular intervals and their dry weight was determined, as described above.
      • On a recent visit, three friends and I ordered four main courses and amused ourselves by passing each plate to our right at arbitrary intervals, so as to vary our meals and taste as many dishes as we could.
      • Consumers can help themselves by limiting the interval between meals and limiting the consumption of simple carbohydrates.
      • Several of the smaller pools dried during intervals between late August and late October.
      • Figure 3 shows how the percentage of calories from fat changed with the interval between meals.
      • Farmers have laboured all hours this week in a bid to recover their harvest in an interval of unexpected dry weather and glorious sunshine.
      • It was a very showery day yesterday, with a number of heavy downpours between sunny intervals.
      • Be committed to eating smaller meals at regular intervals.
      • They will stay in a big house together and train every day while learning about physical, mental and medical fitness (their blood will be tested before they leave, and at weekly intervals on the trip).
      • The sunny weather somehow morphed into gales, bright sunny intervals, a thunderstorm that would not have been out of place in the tropics and light showers.
      • I can't give you the years in terms of the intervals, but he left both times because he couldn't make a living.
      • In each case, six fractions of light were given in 2 min intervals interlaced with 2 min intervals when the light was off.
      • Women undergoing hysterectomy for nonmalignant conditions were invited to participate in the study and be interviewed at regular intervals for two years following surgery.
      • A British stockade stood at the border of the two neighborhoods, patrols leaving at regular intervals despite a recently declared cease-fire.
      • Once you're diagnosed as diabetic, the only way that you can live a healthy and productive lifestyle is to take your insulin at regular intervals, to eat regular meals and to have a healthy diet and exercise.
      • Crowd management then shepherds the groups, which seem to leave at 15 minute intervals, to the door of the house where one of a fleet of guides greets them and commences the tour.

    • 1.2(distance)

      intervalo masculine
      espacio masculine
      at regular intervals along the road a intervalos / espacios regulares a lo largo de la carretera
      • at intervals of 15 yards a intervalos de 15 yardas
      • at 15-yard intervals a intervalos de 15 yardas
      • A well-trodden path wends its way around the water - apart from a spot where a small natural wood hugs the shoreline - and sturdy platforms are spaced at regular intervals.
      • The plan involves driving through an area, stopping at fixed distance intervals, assessing the field, and conducting physical counts.
      • In this house system, the twelve divisions are very much like spokes of a wheel, equally spaced at 30 degree intervals, with all houses being the same size.
      • Do this over the whole area at 15 cm intervals and then brush sharp sand into the holes to stop them closing up again.
      • Six hundred giant pylons, spaced at 300 metre intervals, are needed simply to carry the weight of the massive 400,000 volt power lines.
      • Spaces recurring at regular intervals but shifting to the right on each subsequent line create an intricate, jacquardlike weave.
      • Laminated timber portal frames bolted to a concrete raft slab on strip foundations are spaced at 5m intervals.
      • The project has shed light on the intensity of landscape occupation in the Middle Bronze Age, when settlements were spaced at roughly one-mile intervals, and again in the Mid-Late Iron Age.
      • Semicircular solid bastions were spaced at regular intervals along the ramparts.
      • His roosters live, with their left legs tethered, in green plastic barrels spaced at ten-foot intervals behind his house.
      • Both sides of the hall were lined with doors and even the ceiling had trapdoors spaced at periodic intervals in it.
      • My best guess is that the intervals will be spaced farther apart.
      • It's a marvelous engineering feat, with brick vaults supported on 336 columns spaced at four-meter intervals.
      • It has put up clear warnings about the dangers of the sea at regular intervals along this stretch of coastline.
      • There was nothing in the four feet wide gap but windowless knobbed doors spaced at even intervals; none of them had a label in which to portray the doors' purposes.
      • They're spaced at regular intervals throughout a city and could be used for - well, something, he added.
      • The surgeon uses a special wand that has three reflecting silver spheres spaced at different intervals.
      • The men were spaced at equal intervals, Kell said, 10 to 15 yards apart, and crossed slowly and without looking back, as their names were called.
      • They dab various quantities of minus-ceralure on cotton wicks inside the traps, then hang the traps at carefully spaced intervals throughout the orchard.
      • For example, leave six to eight rows of stalks standing at intermittent intervals to slow the wind and trap snow.

  • 2

    (pause)
    Music Cinema intermedio masculine British
    Theatre entreacto masculine British
    Theatre intermedio masculine British
    Sport descanso masculine
    Sport medio tiempo masculine
    Sport entretiempo masculine Chile
    the scores were level at the interval el marcador estaba igualado al terminar el primer tiempo
    • The string quartet will play during the reception and there will be a licensed bar during the interval and throughout the performance.
    • We arranged the room with care and we had a very precise running order that allowed for intervals and breaks.
    • However, if the pause intervals are too long, physiological systems will not be stressed enough to induce a training effect.
    • No sign of what was to follow after the interval as our fellows matched, and sometimes bettered, the visitors in a lively and very entertaining first half.
    • Basically, interval training alternates short bursts of higher-intensity exercise with intervals of slower activity that allow the body a little break.
    • Following the interval came Schubert's haunting Trio in B flat D898.
    • The match lasted just over five hours, including the interval.
    • Meanwhile, in the interval, the audience is positive about this very different version of one of Shakespeare's most famous plays.
    • Surely it is possible for smokers to visit a cinema or theatre for an hour or two and then light up in an interval in a smoking area or alternatively wait until the end of the performance.
    • For some other systems, there still could be long intervals between periods of high use.
    • And after the interval comes some of the fiercest theatrical drumming I've heard since Ariane Mnouchkine's production of The Oresteia.
    • After the interval the soloist had changed from her strapless, formfitting glittering blue to a classical, double-tiered dress in subdued pastels.
    • A fully licensed cash bar will be available prior to the performance and during the interval.
    • How loud is a person allowed to shout in order to attract the attention of someone in the interval of a concert, whether at a Prom or elsewhere?
    • Whether you choose to run, cycle, swim or use cardiovascular gym equipment, break up a 30 minute workout with intervals of hard activity so that you push yourself just beyond your comfort zone.
    • At half-time against Norway yesterday, this supposed cultured voice from abroad was sent to the stand after berating the match officials during the interval.
    • The first half of this action-filled story is so alive and challenging that it dares the audience to take its eyes from the stage, until the breathing space of the interval.
    • The interval illuminated a match which travelled fast but went nowhere.
    • The beat of simultaneity is made possible by intervals of non-presence or pause.
    • The Villagers only trailed 16-4 at the interval but paid the penalty for poor defence in the second half.
    • Play was on the halfway line when the interval came, with France leading by two goal points.
    • The match was abandoned when rain washed out play during the lunch interval.
    • Again the Cougars showed their fighting sprit to open the scoring after the interval.
    • But a few times before the interval they almost conceded.
    • Thanks also to the ladies committee of the Castlerea St. Kevin's Club for the hospitality and reception during the match interval.
    • The match continued to be evenly contested after the interval and played mainly in midfield.
    • Just before the interval Lindley came back with a chip over the Silsden defence after a sustained pressure to take the score to 16-8.
    • An overview of the average duration of all periods of activity, and rest intervals, observed during games at a men's National Championship are presented in table II.
    • Performances were divided into five acts separated by intervals during which music was played.
    • Following an interval the performance follows and lasts about an hour.
    • They were unfortunate not to have held the lead at the interval, after matching the lively home side in most aspects of play.
    • The great rhythms of the earth are built on motion and on the intervals or pauses.
    • To be fair, the audience, or some of them, found the evening amusing although I noticed there were a number who left in the interval.
    • Owen returned after the interval as soloist in Constant Lambert's Rio Grande, and the programme ended, for no very obvious reason, with Copland's Rodeo.
    • Having fielded a sluggish team in the first half against Cameroon, his tactical adjustment during the interval transformed the match.
    • If the task can be repeated without a decline in average power output from one exercise interval to the next then the pause interval permits complete recovery of performance.
    • Shortly after the interval the long ball almost bore fruit.
    • A second goal eased them into the interval and the third seconds after the break banished any nerves.
    • In less than 15 minutes of play either side of the interval they had conceded 22 points to the reigning world champions without managing a reply.
    • The Conference side broke the deadlock six minutes before the interval and added a second just after the hour.
    • But if that goal seconds before the interval left the game poised on a knife edge it was nothing compared to what followed in the opening 13 minutes of the second period.
    • After the interval the show veers towards panto.
    • Dromgoole also seems to have a utopian idea that, during theatre intervals, the audience discusses the performances and the issues being raised in the play.
    • After the interval we heard Milhaud's own re-orchestration of his ballet score La Creation du Monde for piano and string quartet.
    • To their credit they kept the deficit to a single goal at the interval.
  • 3

    Music
    intervalo masculine