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interlude (s) (noun), interludes (pl)
1. A period of time between events or activities: Hayden resumed his acting career after a short interlude.
2. An interval in the performance of a play; the pause between the acts, or the means (dramatic or musical) employed to fill this pause: During the first interlude at the theater production, Terry started to talk with his friends.

The brief interlude during the long play featured comical characters juggling balls.

3. Etymology: from Middle Latin interludium, "an interlude"; from Latin inter-, "between" + ludus, "a play". Originally, farcical episodes introduced between acts of mystery plays.
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This entry is located in the following units: inter-, intero- (page 9) lud-, ludi-, lus- (page 3)
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interlude (s) (noun), interludes (pl)

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A period of time when there is a temporary halt or cessation between events or activities. (1)