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in the interim

In the time before something happens; in the meantime. We're in the process of hiring a new social media director, but in the interim we'll have to make do with our current staff.

in the interim (between things)

in the meantime; in the time between the ending of something and the beginning of something else. In the interim between her morning and afternoon classes, Susan rushed home to get a book she had forgotten. My favorite show starts in five minutes, but I'll talk to you in the interim.

in the interim

In the meantime, as in Arthur's in Israel, so in the interim Judy will handle their business. [ Second half of 1500s]

in the ˈinterim

during the period of time between two events; until a particular event happens: Despite everything that happened in the interim, they remained good friends.Her new job does not start until May and she will continue in the old job in the interim.
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