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Oxford dictionary definition of the word interval:
1an intervening time:
after his departure, there was an interval of many years without any meetings
the day should be dry with sunny intervals
a component of activity in interval training:
they ran, sprinted, and jogged for four 15-minute intervals at two different times
2a pause or break in activity:
an interval of mourning
British a period of time separating parts of a theatrical or musical performance.
a break between the parts of a sports match:
United led 3-0 at the interval
3a space between two things; a gap.
4the difference in pitch between two sounds.
1with time between; not continuously:
the light flashed at intervals
2with spaces between:
the path is marked with rocks at intervals
Middle English: from Old French entrevalle, based on Latin intervallum ‘space between ramparts, interval’, from inter- ‘between’ + vallum ‘rampart’