period en Inglés

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n. age, era; season; lesson; length of time; (Sports) one of the segments of the playing time of a game (such as quarter, half or overtime)
n. menstrual period, menstrual cycle
n. punctuation mark resembling a small dot placed at the end of a sentence; end; pause at end of a phrase; full sentence

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However, it is expected of them to be modern women just for “a certain period of time”.
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She is also famous because she has been ruling Britain for 60 years, which is the longest period of time that any British monarch has ruled for.
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During this period of bad weather, they had been playing the music to the animals more than usual.
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They will have been living in the wild for a long period of time by the time they finish their expedition.
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Ultimately, they looked for a husband and I was only in Japan for a period of time.
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“In some countries, one can only go for short periods – three weeks, or a month,” explained Father Colomb.
(Source: Voice of America)
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“But, Mr Fogg, the period of eighty days is only the estimate of the least possible time.”
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“Ukraine is going through a very dramatic and difficult period. Tensions are high and lives were lost,” Ban Ki-moon said in Kiev.
(Source: Voice of America)
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One of the most peculiar things of Picasso's career as an artist are the periods that he had and which are very famous as well.
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However, during that period his assistant helped him.
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Sinónimos

1. cycle: course
2. duration: age, day, epoch, era, interval, term, time



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