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Synonyms for gap

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an opening, especially in a solid structure

a space or interval between objects or points

an interval during which continuity is suspended

to make a hole or other opening in

to open wide

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a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures

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a narrow opening

a pass between mountain peaks

a difference (especially an unfortunate difference) between two opinions or two views or two situations

make an opening or gap in

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References in classic literature ?
There was an interval of four years and more between Tess and the next of the family, the two who had filled the gap having died in their infancy, and this lent her a deputy-maternal attitude when she was alone with her juniors.
Morgan, when he was driven from Cumberland Gap to the Ohio river by General Kirby Smith.
I won't do it again I overtook your mother-in-law at the gap in the cliff.
cried Hawtayne, seizing the end of the wet sail with which the gap had been plugged.
She started up--looked round--and saw a gap in the wall at the head of her bed, and the candle-light glimmering in the next room.
The gap in the wall was instantly observed by both of them.
In attempting to understand the elements out of which mental phenomena are compounded, it is of the greatest importance to remember that from the protozoa to man there is nowhere a very wide gap either in structure or in behaviour.
There was no place where they could bathe; the whole of the river-bank was trampled by the cattle and open to the road; even walks were impossible, for the cattle strayed into the garden through a gap in the hedge, and there was one terrible bull, who bellowed, and therefore might be expected to gore somebody.
With bated breath and crouching figures they stumbled across it, and gained the shelter of the hedge, which they skirted until they came to the gap which opened into the cornfields.
At the same moment a vague shadowy figure emerged from the gap for which they had been making, and uttered the plaintive signal cry again, on which a second man appeared out of the obscurity.
The instant that their footsteps had died away in the distance, Jefferson Hope sprang to his feet, and helping his companions through the gap, led the way across the fields at the top of his speed, supporting and half-carrying the girl when her strength appeared to fail her.
In this study thirty five gaps in parcels 122 and 124 were defined and then classified in three small, medium and big size groups.
Among school leavers: - 80% said there were skills gaps in basic literacy - 85% said there were gaps in basic numeracy skills - 100% said there were skills gaps in maths skills for business (eg, ability to develop and use budgets or weekly sales figures) -100% reported gaps in writing for business (eg, ability to write a business report) - 65% said there were skills gaps in areas like customer service - And 70% repotted gaps, in communication skills.
The<strong>&nbsp;breakaway gap </strong>usually occurs upon completion of an important price pattern and signals a significant market move.
In fact, we concluded that we had four distinctly different types of gaps and five types of blockages impeding communication; although the details of theses gaps and blockages were unique to Fallon Clinic, we believe their general features exist in many large corporations.