Gap

Gap,

Definition of Gap:

  1. An unfilled space or interval; a break in continuity.

  2. Amount by which a need exceeds resources.

  3. A break or hole in an object or between two objects.

Synonyms of Gap

Pause, Intermission, Interval, Interlude, Delay, Break, Breathing space, Breather, Respite, Hiatus, Opening, Aperture, Space, Breach, Chink, Slit, Slot, Vent, Crack, Crevice, Cranny, Cavity, Hole, Orifice, Interstice, Perforation, Break, Fracture, Rift, Rent, Fissure, Cleft, Divide, Discontinuity, Abysm, Abyss, Aperture, Arrearage, Arroyo, Bottom, Bottom glade, Bottoms, Box canyon, Breach, Break, Breakage, Broaching, Burst, Caesura, Canyon, Cavity, Cessation, Chap, Chasm, Check, Chimney, Chink, Chip, Clearing, Cleavage, Cleave, Cleft, Cleuch, Clough, Clove, Col, Coulee, Couloir, Crack, Cranny, Crevasse, Crevice, Cut, Cut apart, Cwm, Dale, Defalcation, Defect, Deficiency, Deficit, Defile, Dehisce, Delay, Dell, Difference, Dike, Dingle, Disagreement, Disclosure, Discontinuity, Discrepancy, Disparity, Disruption, Distance, Distinction, Ditch, Divergence, Division, Donga, Draw, Excavation, Fault, Fenestra, Fissure, Fistula, Flaw, Flume, Fontanel, Foramen, Fracture, Furrow, Gape, Gash, Gat, Gill, Glen, Gorge, Groove, Grove, Gulch, Gulf, Gully, Halt, Hang open, Hiatus, Hole, Hollow, Incise, Incision, Inconsistency, Inlet, Interim, Intermission, Interruption, Interspace, Interval, Intervale, Joint, Kloof, Lack, Lacuna, Laying open, Leak, Letup, Lull, Lunar rill, Missing link, Moat, Need, Notch, Nullah, Omission, Open, Opening, Opening up, Orifice, Oscitate, Outage, Outlet, Pass, Passage, Passageway, Pause, Pore, Ravine, Recess, Rent, Respite, Rest, Rift, Rime, Rip, Rive, Rupture, Scale, Scissure, Seam, Separation, Shortage, Slash, Slice, Slit, Slot, Space, Splinter, Split, Stoma, Stop, Strath, Suspension, Tear, Throwing open, Trench, Trough, Ullage, Uncorking, Unstopping, Vale, Valley, Void, Wadi, Wait, Want, Wantage, Yawn

How to use Gap in a sentence?

  1. There are many gaps in our understanding of what happened.
  2. There was a gap in our business process so we started to interview people who were subject matter experts in our business.
  3. Sometimes there is a big gap in the amount of supply and demand and you will need to figure out how to change the price.
  4. He came through the gap in the hedge.
  5. There was a large gap between the mountains where we could walk and see the other side of the city.

Meaning of Gap & Gap Definition