- n. An interval of time.
- time + span (Wiktionary)
“Delta PDRs and the like, stretched out over a year's timespan, is not something many would associate with progress.”
“It’s very disappointing that the timespan is so long, and that there is no provision for the next banking collapse.”
“Targeting applicants is not the worst idea, had it been conceived over a longer timespan and with greater regard for the difficulty of the job rather than the publicity it could garner.”
“Earlier in the day on New York's Coney Island, the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog-eating contest brought out the biggest names in competitive eating for a clash that was short in timespan but high in calories.”
“The MVP villages are to be evaluated at the end of year five, but no longer than that; for Clemens this timespan was too short.”
“First would be the weather from May-July for the previous 5 years, and second would be the number of licenses sold over the timespan of declined harvest.”
“The longer timespan may also have kept the biggest names from committing which might also be a good thing.”
“Green's transformation, from aggro battle rapper to self-deprecating TV star, shares a timespan with the rise of grime.”
“The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index fell 17% over the same timespan.”
“I got my tail pretty well whipped yesterday, but one day in crossword forums is just a 24 hour timespan.”
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