duration


duration
I noun age, continuance, continuance in time, continuation in time, course, epoch, era, extension in time, extent, interregnum, interval, lasting period, length of time, limit, period, period of time, phase, season, space of time, span, spell, stage, stretch, temporis spatium, tenancy, tenure, term, time, while associated concepts: duration of any office, duration of contract, duration of emergency, duration of liability, duration of possession, duration of use, duration of war II index life (period of existence), longevity, period, phase (period), survival, tenure, time

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  • duration — ► NOUN ▪ the time during which something continues. ● for the duration Cf. ↑for the duration DERIVATIVES durational adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from durare to last …   English terms dictionary

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  • duration — [doo rā′shən, dyoorā′shən] n. [ME duracioun < ML duratio < pp. of L durare: see DURABLE] 1. continuance in time 2. the time that a thing continues or lasts …   English World dictionary

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  • duration — 01. You must stay in your seats for the [duration] of the test. 02. His injury in the second game put him out for the [duration] of the season. 03. After arguing with her new husband on the airplane to Hawaii, the young bride remained silent for… …   Grammatical examples in English