Time for rest or recreation away from one's usual work or studies,
Time for rest or recreation away from one's usual work or studies
she is taking time out from her hectic tour
A brief break in play in a game or sport
he inadvertently called for a timeout with two seconds remaining
An imposed temporary suspension of activities, esp. the separation of a misbehaving child from one or more playmates as a disciplinary measure
it's the third time this week he's been in time-out
A cancellation or cessation that automatically occurs when a predefined interval of time has passed without a certain event occurring
a brief suspension of play; "each team has two time-outs left"
respite: a pause from doing something (as work); "we took a 10-minute break"; "he took time out to recuperate"
Time Out is a 1998 Colombian film directed by Sergio Cabrera. It was an international co-production between Italy, Spain and Colombia. It was Colombia's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
L'Emploi du temps (international title Time Out) is a 2001 French drama directed by Laurent Cantet, starring Aurélien Recoing and Karin Viard. ...
Time Out is a 1959 album (originally issued as CS 8192) by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, based upon the use of time signatures that were unusual for jazz (mainly waltz or double-waltz time, but also 9/8, and most famously 5/4).
Time Out is a publishing company based in London, United Kingdom. The company's best known product is the Time Out weekly listings magazine.
Cadbury Time Out is a chocolate based snack introduced in 1992 in the UK and the Republic of Ireland and 1995 in Australia. The Time Out bar includes a thin layer of Cadbury Flake chocolate.
In sports, a time-out refers to a stoppage in the match for a short amount of time. This allows for the coaches of either team to communicate with the team, e.g. to determine strategy or inspire morale. ...
A short break in the action of a sport, for substitution, consultation, etc; The intentional ending of an incomplete task after a time limit considered a long enough for it to end normally
Alternative spelling of time-out; to end (an incomplete task) after a time limit; of a task, to be terminated because it was not completed before a time limit; To call for a time-out; To call for a suspension of activity or conversation
(Time-Outs) Me. Bottle of Wine. Closet or Patio.
A period of sixty seconds during which the play is stopped and teams discuss strategy and a moment to allow players to rest.
Set waiting period before a terminal system performs some action. [Typical uses include a poll release (when a terminal is disconnected if the time-out period elapses before keying resumes) or an access time-out.]
An interruption of play called at the referee's discretion and indicated with three short blows of the whistle, while he or she makes a "T" with the hands.
an umpire may call a time out when a foul is committed, an accident occurs, or at his or her discretion, a player may only call a time out if he has broken tack or is injured
Ending a user session after a predetermined period of inactivity has passed. This limits the chance that a workstation will be left logged in and unattended.
A tool used to manage anger by giving the person an opportunity to cool down by leaving the situation or stopping whatever is triggering the anger. Time-outs provide a person some time to carefully consider the possible options before reaching a decision.
A period of time after which some condition becomes true if some event has not occurred. For example, a session that is terminated because its state has been inactive for a specified period of time is said to "time out". [WSIA Glossary]
take a break: "OK, time out – let's come back to this later."
The time in seconds that the storage control remains in a "long busy" condition before physical sessions are ended.
To transmit too long in a single transmission, causing a repeater s timer circuit to stop further transmissions.
Placing a person in an environment where they can not engage in the undesired behaviour. See behaviour management and negative reinforcement.
Stoppage of play called by a team or umpire.
Time-out involves placing your child on a chair for a short period of time following the occurrence of an unacceptable behavior. ...
A nonpunitive, unlocked area, as well as a period of time, which provides an individual with the opportunity to regain control of behavior or attitude.