Meaning of intermittence in English:


Pronunciation /ɪntəˈmɪt(ə)ns/


See intermittent

‘In studying women's earnings, it is crucial to consider the aspect of interruption or intermittence of the work experience commonly observed for women.’
  • ‘When is intermittence a feature of the technology itself, and when is it an aspect of user practices?’
  • ‘A run like this, without favourable intermittences, is extremely rare but always possible.’
  • ‘You may have experienced intermittence and/or slowness while accessing the SSO.’
  • ‘The range of techniques described apply to circuit discontinuities (intermittences) of durations ranging from approximately 10 nanoseconds to several seconds.’