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Time Out

Time Out - to rest; to take a break; to stay away from an activity

  • We need a time out for a little while.
  • The girls need time out from the meeting.
  • Do you want need at time out, or can we continue the game?
  • My parents told me to behave or I will get a time out.
  • My mother told me I need to take a time out for a few minutes.
  • The class is making a lot of noise, so the teacher gave the class a time out.

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