span

All Noun Verb
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  • Much of the original eastern span is founded upon treated wood.
  • The album was recorded through a two-year span where the band road-tested the material.
  • The bridge was long and in two spans with an island in the center.
  • Sam appears in only eight episodes, but they span all five seasons.
  • Her career spanned over forty years with appearances in over forty films.
  • The final design eventually took up one city block spanning Market Street.
  • They were usually made up of a number of extended family groups spanning three or four generations.
  • Another sort of problem is the limited attention span of individuals.
  • Replacing the bridge is now in progress with the center span having been removed.
  • Her career on stage, screen and television has spanned over six decades.
  • Some of the characters live for hundreds of years but most have normal life spans.
  • Tamil literature has a rich and long literary tradition spanning more than two thousand years.
  • The military history of the United States spans a period of over two centuries.
  • The writing and recording process spanned two years and five California recording studios.
  • Its total life span can be as short as one year, but may be several years in ideal conditions.
  • Western Kansas lost half its population during a four-year span.
  • The album's songs spanned every studio album with the exception of the first.
  • Her career has spanned theatre and stage for nearly two decades.
  • He then turned pro playing in four pro leagues for five different teams in four year span.
  • Everything but the Girl released a body of work that spanned two decades.
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Meaning of span

  • noun The complete duration of something
    the job was finished in the span of an hour
  • noun The distance or interval between two points
  • noun A unit of length based on the width of the expanded human hand (usually taken as 9 inches)