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gap /ɡæp/ noun [countable]


گاف ، چاک ، مسافت بین نوک هدف و صفحه نشانه از نظر کمانگیر ، فاصله ، شکست ، (معمولا 15 تا 00 1متر عرض) ، شکاف ، رخنه ، درز ، دهنه ، جای باز ، وقفه ، اختلاف زیاد ، شکافدار کردن ، علوم مهندسی: درز ، کامپیوتر: شکاف ، عمران: رخنه ، معماری: فاصله ، زیست شناسی: کافت ، بازرگانی: نارسایی ، کمیابی ، فاصله ، ورزش: فاصله بین نوک قلاب و بدنه ، علوم هوایی: فاصله
مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: شکاف - اختلاف الکترونیک: شکاف ، کامپیوتر: گاف ، کافت ، زیست شناسی: شکاف ، فاصله ، نارسایی ، تجارت خارجی: شکاف ، چاک ، فاصله ، درز ، علوم مهندسی: مسافت بین نوک هدف و صفحه نشانه از نظر کمانگیر ، فاصله بین نوک قلاب و بدنه ، ورزشی: فاصله ، شکاف ، کمیابی ، بازرگانی: شکاف ، فاصله ، هواپیمایی: شکاف ، شکست ، فاصله ، معماری: شکاف ، جای باز ، رخنه ، ، معمولا 15 تا 100 متر عرض : محل خالی ، علوم نظامی: شکاف ، رخنه ، عمران: شکاف ، فاصله ، اقتصاد: شکاف ، رخنه ، درز، دهنه ، جای باز، وقفه ، اختلاف زیاد، شکافدار کردن کامپیوتر: فاصله شکاف کامپیوتر: فاصله ، شکاف

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

gap
[noun]
Synonyms:
- opening, break, chink, cleft, crack, hole, space
- interval, breathing space, hiatus, interlude, intermission, interruption, lacuna, lull, pause, respite
- difference, disagreement, disparity, divergence, inconsistency
Related Words: fracture, rupture, chink, cleavage, cleft, crack, crevice, fissure, slit, slot, division, interspace, interval, separation, aperture, cranny, orifice, caesura, intermission, lull, pause, respite, rest
English Thesaurus: break, smash, shatter, crack, burst, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Gap, The trademark
a US clothes company with stores all over the world. The Gap sells informal clothes for men, women, and children, which are fashionable but not very expensive.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

gap S2 W2 /ɡæp/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old Norse; Origin: 'hole, deep narrow valley']

1. A SPACE a space between two objects or two parts of an object, especially because something is missing
gap in
The neighbors’ dog got in through a gap in the hedge.
a gap in the traffic
gap between
the gap between the two rows of seats

2. DIFFERENCE a big difference between two situations, amounts, groups of people etc ⇒ gulf
gap between
the widening gap between the rich and the poorgeneration gap

3. SOMETHING MISSING something missing that stops something else from being good or complete
gap in
There are huge gaps in my knowledge of history.
Frank’s death has left a big gap in my life.
fill/plug the gap
He filled the gap left by Hirst’s retirement.

4. IN TIME a period of time when nothing is happening, that exists between two other periods of time when something is happening
gap in
an awkward gap in the conversation
gap between
The gaps between his visits got longer and longer.gap year

5. IN A MOUNTAIN a low place between two higher parts of a mountain

6. gap in the market a product or service that does not exist, so that there is an opportunity to develop that product or service and sell it

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

gap
noun
I. space between things
ADJ. big, huge, large, wide | narrow, small | awkward an awkward gap between the bed and the door
VERB + GAP leave | fill, seal Seal the gaps around the windows with an exterior-quality sealant.
GAP + VERB appear, open up He flashed his headlights and jumped lanes whenever a gap opened up.
PREP. through a/the ~ A rabbit ran along the fence and darted through a gap.
~ between Position the tiles, leaving a narrow gap between the edges.
~ in A huge gap had appeared in the hedge.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gap
II. period of time
ADJ. awkward | long, short | time
VERB + GAP fill wondering how to fill an awkward gap in the conversation
GAP + NOUN year I'm planning to travel in my gap year (= the year between school and university).
PREP. after a/the ~ She returned to teaching after a twelve-year gap.
~ between a job to fill the gap between school and university | ~ in a gap in his career

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gap
III. difference
ADJ. big, huge, large, significant, substantial, wide, yawning | unbridgeable the unbridgeable gap between the two cultures
growing, widening | narrow | age, generation Despite the age gap, romance blossomed.
cultural/culture | gender the gender gap in earnings
credibility Newspapers were talking of a credibility gap between what he said and what he did.
information, knowledge, skills the knowledge gap between doctor and patient
trade (= the gap between export and imports; used in journalism)
VERB + GAP bridge an attempt to bridge the gap between the academic world and industry
GAP + VERB widen | narrow | separate sb/sth He realized how narrow was the gap separating him from his pagan ancestors.
PREP. ~ between The gap between rich and poor widened.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gap
IV. where sth is missing
ADJ. big, enormous, great, huge, important, large, serious, significant, terrible, yawning serious gaps in their knowledge
VERB + GAP create, leave His death left a huge gap in my life.
identify | close, fill (in), plug Her appointment will fill the gap created when the marketing manager left.
PREP. ~ in legislation to close a gap in the law
PHRASES a gap in the market We think we've identified a gap in the market (= a business opportunity to make or sell sth that is not yet available).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

gap

a big/large/wide gap
There’s a big gap between the two test scores.
a huge/substantial etc gap
A huge gap exists between the life styles of the rich and the poor.
a narrow gap
There’s only a narrow gap between the two candidates in the polls.
a yawning gap (=a very big difference)
There’s a yawning gap between the earnings of men and women.
a growing/widening gap
There is a widening gap in the academic performance of boys and girls.
an unbridgeable gap (=a gap that cannot be closed)
He felt that there was an unbridgeable gap between the negotiating positions of the two sides.
a trade gap (=the difference between the amount a country imports and exports)
Britain’s trade gap almost doubled last month.
the gender gap (=the difference between men and women)
The gender gap was visible in the way men and women voted during the presidential elections.
the generation gap (=the difference in attitudes, tastes etc between older and younger people)
Taste in music is a good indicator of the generation gap.
an age gap (=a difference in age between two people)
Despite the age gap, they became good friends.
a cultural gap (=a difference between cultures)
There is a cultural gap between Europe and America on this subject.
bridge/close/narrow the gap (=reduce the amount or importance of a difference)
The book aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
The policies are designed to close the gap between rich and poor.
the gap narrows
Polls show the gap between the two candidates has narrowed.
widen the gap
Technology has widened the gap between people with and without computer skills.
the gap widens
The gap is widening between the incomes of the rich and the less well-off.
a gap exists
A cultural gap exists between the older and the younger generations.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

GAP
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[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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