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Another word for gap

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Noun
  1. An opening, especially in a solid structure

      1. An instance of breaking open or bursting:
      2. A break in friendly relations.
      3. A hernia, especially of the groin or intestines.
      1. A hole or series of holes punched or bored through something, especially a hole in a series, separating sections in a sheet or roll.
      2. The act of perforating.
      3. The state of being perforated.
      1. A hollowed place in something solid; a cavity or pit:
      2. An opening or perforation:
      3. An opening in a defensive formation, such as the area of a baseball infield between two adjacent fielders.
      1. To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently; smash.
      2. To divide into pieces, as by bending or cutting:
      3. To separate into components or parts:
      1. An opening, tear, or rupture.
      2. A gap or rift, especially in a solid structure such as a dike or fortification.
      3. A violation or infraction, as of a contract, law, legal obligation, or promise.
    See also:

    open

  2. A space or interval between objects or points

      1. The act or process of moving apart or forcing something apart:
      2. The condition of being apart, especially the condition of two people who had lived together or been married living in different places.
      3. An interval or space that separates; a gap:
      1. A space between objects, points, or units, especially when making uniform amounts of separation:
      2. An amount of time between events, especially of uniform duration separating events in a series:
      3. A segment of an athletic workout in which an athlete runs, swims, or does other exercise over a series of predetermined distances at regular time increments with intermittent rests.
      1. A space, especially a small or narrow one, between things or parts:
      1. To make or occupy a space between.
      2. A space between two things; an interval.
    See also:

    open

  3. An interval during which continuity is suspended

      1. Containing no matter; empty.
      2. Not occupied; unfilled.
      3. Completely lacking; devoid:
      1. An empty space or a missing part; a gap:
      2. A cavity, space, or depression, especially in a bone, containing cartilage or bone cells.
      1. An interval of time between one event, process, or period and another.
      2. Belonging to, serving during, or taking place during an intermediate interval of time; temporary:
      1. A gap or interruption in space, time, or continuity; a break:
      2. A slight pause that occurs when two immediately adjacent vowels in consecutive syllables are pronounced, as in reality and naive.
      3. A separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part.
      1. To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently; smash.
      2. To divide into pieces, as by bending or cutting:
      3. To separate into components or parts:
    See also:

    continue

  4. A marked lack of correspondence or agreement

    See also:

    agree

Verb
  1. To make a hole or other opening in

      1. To pierce with a pointed object.
      2. To make (a hole) by piercing.
      3. To depreciate or deflate:
      1. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
      2. To make a hole or opening in; perforate.
      3. To make a way through:
      1. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
      2. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
      3. To pass into or through something.
      1. A hollowed place in something solid; a cavity or pit:
      2. An opening or perforation:
      3. An opening in a defensive formation, such as the area of a baseball infield between two adjacent fielders.
      1. To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently; smash.
      2. To divide into pieces, as by bending or cutting:
      3. To separate into components or parts:
      1. An opening, tear, or rupture.
      2. A gap or rift, especially in a solid structure such as a dike or fortification.
      3. A violation or infraction, as of a contract, law, legal obligation, or promise.
    See also:

    open

  2. To open wide

      1. To open the mouth wide with a deep inhalation, usually involuntarily from drowsiness, fatigue, or boredom.
      2. To open wide; gape:
      3. To utter wearily, as while yawning:
      1. To open the mouth wide.
      2. To stare wonderingly or stupidly, often with the mouth open.
      3. To be or become open or wide:
    See also:

    wide

Another word for gap

Noun
  1. A breach

      1. A fissure, crack, or opening, as in rock.
      2. A break in friendly relations:
      3. An area where the lithosphere is thinning, typically associated with large faults and grabens.
      1. To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently; smash.
      2. To divide into pieces, as by bending or cutting:
      3. To separate into components or parts:
      1. Divided; split.
      2. Having indentations that extend about halfway to the center, as in certain leaves.
      3. A crack, crevice, or split.
    See also:

    hole

  2. A break in continuity

      1. To cause to sleep or rest; soothe or calm:
      2. To deceive into trustfulness:
      3. To become calm:
      1. A temporary cessation of the customary activities of an engagement, occupation, or pursuit:
      2. A period in the school day during which students are given time to play or relax.
      3. A remote, secret, or secluded place:
      1. A gap or interruption in space, time, or continuity; a break:
      2. A slight pause that occurs when two immediately adjacent vowels in consecutive syllables are pronounced, as in reality and naive.
      3. A separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part.
    See also:

    pause

  3. A mountain pass