An interval is what comes between two things.
- In an mathematical interval those things are usually numbers.
- In music, an interval (music) is the distance between two notes.
- In a live performance, an interval is like an intermission. It gives the performers and the audience a break.
- An interval can be the distance between two moments in time.
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