Did you mayhaps mean break time?
- From break + time. (Wiktionary)
“KitKat brand manager Jemma Handley says: "Through this campaign, we are not only demonstrating our lead in the FMCG sector for digital execution but offering consumers an enhanced experience around 'breaktime' and music.”
“Or better still, removed, as the banning of football was probably a reflex by some embittered council hack who always got picked last at breaktime.”
“It could be breaktime, except that everyone is sitting in attentive groups.”
“One of those parents, Lesley Surman, is standing in front of the school painting a verbal picture of how this landscape could look in a few years 'time: between here and the trees, where breaktime games of tag and football are being played, will be a new extension; over to the left, a new sports hall which the community can share.”
“Think back to your own childhood and recall how it felt when you said to your parents you were upset because no one wanted to play with you at breaktime.”
“Keiichi Matsuda 3 months ago love it! especially after the breaktime pursuits when the v/o comes back in.”
““The river is foul—we can smell it from our classrooms,” Wang Yanxia, a pupil at the middle school, told me during a noisy breaktime.”
“I believe this decision is based on a mindset that social networking sites are a strictly breaktime activity: agencies will let their people "surf the Web", just like they let them check personal email or step out for a smoke break, because it benefits morale.”
“Students are educated in 50 minute hours; when to have those 40 minutes of Wednesday breaktime will be the subject of a vote on the first day.”
“When I was a little school spod we used to, quite solemnly, read horoscopes out to each other at breaktime.”
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