Noun(1) the complete duration of something(2) the distance or interval between two points(3) two items of the same kind(4) a unit of length based on the width of the expanded human hand (usually taken as 9 inches(5) a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.(6) the act of sitting or standing astride
Verb(1) to cover or extend over an area or time period
(1) a short concentration span(2) In a short span , they were on the ground level, facing the door to the street.(3) I didn't have an answer because I didn't know myself and thankfully her concentration span was lacking at that point.(4) The bridge design is unpretentious. It consists simply of two steel towers supporting a lift span .(5) Her mouth seemed to spread the entire span of her head.(6) The defining dates of the style generally span the last decades of the eighteenth century through the first quarter of the nineteenth century.(7) Their wings stretched to a massive span of six feet.(8) The Croatian bridge has a much smaller span , and does not have to rise for shipping, but its deck forms a real part of the spatial sequence of the city.(9) A complete planning cycle should ideally span a period of about three to five years.(10) The new span 's design reflects the graceful arch of Folsom's 1916 Rainbow Bridge just upstream.(11) The authors recorded more than 235 interviews over a span of ten years.(12) The sky had opened up during the short span of time between my entering the lobby, picking up Rob, and going to leave again.(13) More people die annually in Victoria on the road system, of which the West Gate Bridge is just one small span , than did in the accident that occurred during its construction in 1970.(14) These are people who've packed seemingly 10 lifetimes into one normal span .(15) their interests span almost all the conventional disciplines(16) The span of the Pacific Ocean, covered in fog, hints at the approach of winter.
(1) time span :: 期間
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2. period ::
3. straddle ::
4. duad ::
5. bridge ::
6. bridge ::
7. last ::
8. cross ::
Different Formsspan, spans
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