English to Samoan Meaning :: gap

Gap :
avanoa
- avanoagapesgapingavanoa
 

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Noun(1) a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures(2) an open or empty space in or between things(3) a narrow opening(4) a pass between mountain peaks(5) a difference (especially an unfortunate difference(6) an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
Verb(1) make an opening or gap in

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(1) Employers are ditching company schemes, yet no-one seems to be bridging the gap with private savings.(2) Once we got there, we crept through the small gap in the overgrown hedges that served as the entranceway.(3) However a lapse of almost two years since the last scheme has left a gap in continuity.(4) If closing the gap between different income brackets is the name of the game, let it be across the board.(5) It is quite literally a gap in the mountains and the largest town in the southern alps.(6) It simply made no difference because the gap between reality and policy is irreconcilable.(7) He said the Government had an historic opportunity to close the growing income gap in Ireland.(8) the media were bridging the gap between government and people(9) Yesterday we plugged the gap in the hedge with two new buddleia plants.(10) A widening gender pay gap is created and overall, working mothers' employment potential becomes limited.(11) Our children will never have equal opportunity unless, once and for all, we close the ever-widening achievement gap .(12) But in my rush I could not find a gap in the hedge to get through to the main road.(13) How many times over the years has the music industry played up records bridging the gap between jazz and hip hop?(14) But his chances of bridging the gap with only five racing days to go are virtually non-existent.(15) Once the Bealach Gaothach is reached, below Kilbride Hill, look for a gap in the forest boundary below.(16) This gap is the difference between a firm's present distribution system and the potential for it to be increased.
Related Words
(1) gap year ::
va tausaga
(2) generation gap ::
va tupulaga
(3) age gap ::
va tausaga
(4) air gap ::
ea va
(5) bridge the gap ::
sosooina le avanoa i
(6) gender gap ::
va o alii ma tamaitai
(7) band gap ::
va vaega
(8) gap junction ::
va tāulaʻiga
(9) spark gap ::
aloiafi va
(10) close the gap ::
tapunia le avanoa
Synonyms
Noun
1. opening ::
avanoa
2. pause ::
mānava
3. omission ::
mea ua le faia
4. chasm ::
va telē
6. crack ::
māvae
7. spread ::
sosolo
8. col ::
Kolo
Verb
9. breach ::
solia
Antonyms
1. continuity ::
faaauauina
Different Forms
gap, gaps
Word Example from TV Shows

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It doesn\'t help that most of
my clothes come from Gap Kids.

It doesn't help that most of my clothes come from Gap Kids.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14


Okay, first of all, what you call a gap
was nearly three feet wide.

Okay, first of all, what you call a GAP was nearly three feet wide.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 14


Wind Gap.
There was a murder there.

Wind Gap. There was a murder there.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 10


I work at the Gap.

I work at the Gap.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 3


His still has a big gap in it.

His still has a big GAP in it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 8


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