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between US English

At, into, or across the space separating (two objects or regions)

take the bit in one's teeth US English

Begin to tackle a problem or task in a determined or independent way

go-between US English

An intermediary or negotiator

in-between US English

Situated somewhere between two extremes or recognized categories; intermediate

come between in come US English

Interfere with or disturb the relationship of (two people)

come between US English

Interfere with or disturb the relationship of (two people)

between times in between US English

In the intervals between other actions

between times US English

In the intervals between other actions

between whiles US English

At intervals

between ourselves US English

In confidence

betwixt and between in betwixt US English

Not fully or properly either of two things

betwixt and between US English

Not fully or properly either of two things

few and far between in few US English

Scarce; infrequent

few and far between US English

Scarce; infrequent

abyss US English

A wide or profound difference between people; a gulf

there's no love lost between in love US English

There is mutual dislike between (two or more people mentioned)

pass1 US English

Happen; be done or said

chasm US English

A profound difference between people, viewpoints, feelings, etc.

rift US English

A serious break in friendly relations

there is little to choose between in choose US English

There is little or no difference between

hit someone between the eyes in eye US English

Be very obvious or impressive

read between the lines in read US English

Look for or discover a meaning that is hidden or implied rather than explicitly stated

read between the lines US English

Look for or discover a meaning that is hidden or implied rather than explicitly stated

analogy US English

A comparison between two things, typically on the basis of their structure and for the purpose of explanation or clarification

anywhere US English

Used to indicate a range

distance US English

An amount of space between two things or people

divide US English

Allocate (different parts of one’s time, attention, or efforts) to different activities or places

division US English

The distribution of something separated into parts

intimacy US English

Close familiarity or friendship; closeness

parallel US English

A similarity or comparison

mismatch US English

A failure to correspond or match; a discrepancy

mediate US English

Intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation

merger US English

A combination of two things, especially companies, into one

midway US English

Having some of the characteristics of one thing and some of another

choice US English

An act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities

bridge1 US English

Something that is intended to reconcile or form a connection between two things

breach US English

A break in relations

balance US English

A condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions

contrast US English

The state of being strikingly different from something else, typically something in juxtaposition or close association

conflict US English

A serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one

relation US English

The way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected; a thing’s effect on or relevance to another

tension US English

A relationship between ideas or qualities with conflicting demands or implications

teeter between in teeter US English

Be unable to decide between different courses; waver

symmetry US English

Similarity or exact correspondence between different things

hit someone between the eyes US English

Be very obvious or impressive

between Scylla and Charybdis US English

Used to refer to a situation involving two dangers in which an attempt to avoid one increases the risk from the other


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