time period, period of time, period(noun)
an amount of time
"a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon
(ice hockey) one of three divisions into which play is divided in hockey games
period, geological period(noun)
a unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed
"ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods"
the end or completion of something
"death put a period to his endeavors"; "a change soon put a period to my tranquility"
menstruation, menses, menstruum, catamenia, period, flow(noun)
the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause
"the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation"; "a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped"--Hippocrates; "the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females"--Aristotle
period, point, full stop, stop, full point(noun)
a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations
"in England they call a period a stop"
hitch, occlusion, plosive, spot, menses, halt, catamenia, dot, period of time, stop, head, full stop, gunpoint, peak, flow, plosive speech sound, diaphragm, point, point in time, blockage, percentage point, breaker point, catch, full point, stop consonant, block, menstruation, time period, stopover, layover, level, occlusive, stage, degree, pointedness, stoppage, arrest, power point, stay, detail, decimal point, distributor point, item, plosive consonant, geological period, compass point, menstruum, tip, closure, check
A section of an artist's, writer's (etc.) career distinguished by a given quality, preoccupation etc.
This is one of the last paintings Picasso created during his Blue Period.
Each of the divisions into which a school day is split, allocated to a given subject or activity.
I have math class in second period.
Each of the intervals into which various sporting events are divided.
Gretzky scored in the last minute of the second period.
A row in the periodic table of the elements.
A Drosophila gene which gene product is involved in regulation of the circadian rhythm
two phrases (an antecedent and a consequent phrase)
And nothing else; and nothing less; used for emphasis.
When I say eat your dinner, it means eat your dinner, period!
An end or conclusion; the final point of a process etc.
A period of time in history seen as a single coherent entity; an epoch, era.
Food rationing continued in the post-war period.
A complete sentence, especially one expressing a single thought or making a balanced, rhythmic whole.
The punctuation mark \u201C.\u201D (indicating the ending of a sentence or marking an abbreviation).
A length of time.
The length of time during which the same characteristics of a periodic phenomenon recur, such as the repetition of a wave or the rotation of a planet.
A specific moment during a given process; a point, a stage.
When she is on her period she can be more disagreeable than usual
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The end is the terminal part of a material object that has length; the extremity is distinctively the terminal point, and may thus be but part of the end in the general sense of that word; the extremity is viewed as that which is most remote from some center, or some mean or standard position; the southern end of South America includes all Patagonia, the southern extremity or point is Cape Horn. Tip has nearly the same meaning as extremity, but is said of small or slight and tapering objects; as, the tip of the finger; point in such connections is said of that which is drawn out to exceeding fineness or sharpness, as the point of a needle, a fork, or a sword; extremity is said of something considerable; we do not speak of the extremity of a needle. Terminus is chiefly used to designate the end of a line of travel or transportation: specifically, the furthermost station in any direction on a railway, or by extension the town or village where it is situated. Termination is the Latin and more formal word for the Saxon end, but is chiefly used of time, words, undertakings, or abstractions of any kind. Expiration signifies the coming to an end in the natural course of things; as, the expiration of a year, or of a lease; it is used of things of some consequence; we do not ordinarily speak of the expiration of an hour or of a day. Limit implies some check to or restraint upon further advance, right, or privilege; as, the limits of an estate (compare BOUNDARY). A goal is an end sought or striven for, as in a race. For the figurative senses of end and its associated words, compare the synonyms for the verb END; also for AIM; CONSEQUENCE; DESIGN.
See synonyms for BEGINNING.
accomplishment, achievement, bound, boundary, cessation, close, completion, conclusion, consequence, consummation, design, effect, end, end, expiration, extent, extremity, finale, finis, finish, fulfilment, goal, intent, issue, limit, outcome, point, purpose, result, termination, terminus, tip, utmost, uttermost
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How to use period in a sentence?
Do I think justice was served ? No. What do I think justice is ? I think this city is still owed an apology, i've been Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson now for about 31 years. When I came on this job, I came on with my honor, my integrity and my reputation. If somebody accused me of doing anything that would circumvent that, I would want my day in court, period, to clear my name. I've heard that( Smollett's camp) wanted their day in court with TV cameras so America could know the truth, even though they chose to hide behind secrecy and broker a deal to circumvent the judicial system.
This happened over a five-hour period, piece by piece by piece by piece.
To give an accurate and exhaustive account of that period would need a far less brilliant pen than mine.
Consumers love it and it will be well greeted in the market - and then probably fizzle out, that a company of such a small size can get a valuation is symptomatic of the silliness ... that develops in a period of zero interest rates.
Normal parents ask the hospital to provide a birth certificate and arrange for medical insurance, but this family didn't want a birth certificate and left immediately after paying the bill, we do not know what exactly happened during the period of time when the baby was discharged from the hospital on April 24, and when he was admitted to the hospital again on May 4.
Translations for period
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- فترة, نقطة, مرحلة زمنية, علامة فصلية, مدة, حدث متكرر, حينArabic
- períodeCatalan, Valencian
- tečka, perioda, období, a tečkaCzech
- Epoche, Zeitraum, Punkt, StundeGerman
- περίοδος, τελείαGreek
- punkto, periodoEsperanto
- período, punto, y puntoSpanish
- نقطه, والسلامPersian
- tunti, aika, jakso, lause, erä, kestoaika, hetki, piste, ajanjakso, päätepiste, ajankohta, kausiFinnish
- point, période, cycleFrench
- stad-phuing, ùine, àmScottish Gaelic
- काल, ।, दंड, पूर्ण विरामHindi
- időszak, periódus, pontHungarian
- կետ, պարբերություն, վերջակետArmenian
- punto, periodoItalian
- פרק זמןHebrew
- 。, 句点, 時代Japanese
- 시대, 마침표, 종지부, 주기Korean
- период, точка, и точкаMacedonian
- periode, punt, punt uitDutch
- æra, punktum, periodeNorwegian
- kropka, okresPolish
- ponto, ponto final, períodoPortuguese
- пери́од, период, точка, циклRussian
- दंड, ।Sanskrit
- period, doba, razdobljeSerbo-Croatian
- bodka, periódaSlovak
- pika, obdobje, dobaSlovene
- pikë, periodike, periudhëAlbanian
- punkt, period, tidsperiod, och därmed bastaSwedish
- majira, mda, vipindiSwahili
- nokta, dönemTurkish
- کال, ۔Urdu
- giai đoạn = StageVietnamese
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