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Hold the needle between your finger and thumb.
Gatwick is about halfway between London and Brighton.
Charlotte sat in between her two sons at the reception.
Put the two smaller vases on the ends and the big one in between.
The office will be closed between Christmas and New Year.
The show opens next Monday. Between now and then we'll be rehearsing every day.
Try to avoid snacks in between meals.
I have two classes this morning, with a short break in between.
Does a five-year-old know the difference between right and wrong?
There are obvious parallels between computer systems and the working of the human brain.
the gap between rich and poor
This is the British English definition of between. View American English definition of between.
a plant whose leaves are used in cooking. Marjoram is a herb.
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