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betweentimes

[ bih-tween-tahymz ]
/ bɪˈtwinˌtaɪmz /
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adverb
between periods of work, activity, etc.: a part-time teacher who studied law betweentimes.
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Origin of betweentimes

First recorded in 1905–10; between + time + -s1
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How to use betweentimes in a sentence

  • The shopping for the wedding went on betweentimes, and Winn even escorted them to the city and took part in the shopping.

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  • Betweentimes I extract bits of information in regard to Montrose and its neighborhood.

British Dictionary definitions for betweentimes

betweentimes

betweenwhiles (bɪˈtwiːnˌwaɪlz)

/ (bɪˈtwiːnˌtaɪmz) /

adverb
between other activities; during intervals
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