English version

half-time in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhalf-timeˌhalf-ˈtime, half time noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DSa short period of rest between two parts of a game, such as football or basketballat half-time πŸ”Š The score at half-time was 34–7. πŸ”Š a half-time lead β†’ full time
Examples from the Corpus
half-timeβ€’ Each Neighbourhood Office was allocated a half-time under-fives worker post, despite a large increase in workload.β€’ After half-time, Leeds came out firing.β€’ They even shared cream cakes and tea from a flask at half-time.β€’ Excellent kicking from winger Paul Eastwood pushed Hull into a commanding 10-point lead at half-time.β€’ Jones's wing partner Wayne Proctor scored next and flanker Mark Perego got another before half-time.β€’ Northampton were in business again, not least because Steele kicked a third penalty goal immediately before half-time.β€’ Collegians, with wind advantage, had trouble converting their pressure into points and led just 8-0 on the stroke of half-time.