noun, plural en·tr'actes [ahn-trakts, ahn-trakts; French ahn-trakt]. /ɑnˈtrækts, ˈɑn trækts; French ɑ̃ˈtrakt/.
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Example sentences from the Web for entr'acte
We went out during one of the entr'actes, and a tall woman passed us in the corridor, to whom my friend bowed.
At the third entr'acte she turned and said two words: the count left the box, and Marguerite beckoned to me to come to her.
"Ils s'entr' aiment les une les autres," says Brebeuf of the Hurons.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
Note that there is no elision with entre except in compound verbs (entr'ouvrir, etc.).Contes Franais|Douglas Labaree Buffum
The joyous entr'acte does not take place; the convulsive movements of the wings and the acrobatic postures are suppressed.More Hunting Wasps|J. Henri Fabre