Meaning of hiatus in English

hiatusnoun
UK/haɪˈeɪtəs/
US/haɪˈeɪtəs/
1.A hiatus is a period of time when there is a pause in activity and nothing is happening.
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2.The noun form of hiatus refers to a gap or empty space that is noticeable in a piece of writing or speech. It represents a point where something is missing or absent, creating a pause or break in the flow of information. This gap can be seen as a noticeable hole or a missing piece that interrupts the continuity of the text or speech.
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