recess


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

recess

 [re´ses, re-ses´]
a small, empty space or cavity.
epitympanic recess a small upper space of the middle ear, containing the head of the malleus and the body of the incus. Called also attic and epitympanum.

re·cess

(rē'ses), [TA]
A small hollow or indentation.
Synonym(s): recessus [TA]
[L. recessus]

re·cess

(rē'ses) [TA]
A small hollow or indentation.
Synonym(s): recessus [TA] .
[L. recessus]

re·cess

(rē'ses) [TA]
A small hollow or indentation.
[L. recessus]
References in periodicals archive ?
More information about forthcoming Business in the House of Commons can be found in the Parliamentary Calendar: Related information Recess
Normally MPs are required to complete seven months, but can seek an early recess after approving the national budget - which has already happened.
A week-long February recess was cancelled and the first week of the Easter recess was also dropped.
facing going over the cliff of a no deal - then the First Minister's view is it would unacceptable for the Scottish Parliament to be in recess."
'House Business Committee resolved to extend the sitting to carter for the crucial business that ought to be concluded before the short recess which is the address of the President in accordance with the Constitution,' Duale said.
There has been little research that has proven that more time in the classroom, and less time at recess, equals better academic outcomes for children.
The days leading up to the Parliamentary recess highlighted the Brexit mess that the Tory UK Government has got the country into.
This study aimed to increase the proportion of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) during recess and lunch of primary school children.
In a letter to CEOs of District Education Authority, Chief Minister's Monitoring Force School Education Department, has banned such activities like Kabbadi during recess time in schools across the province.
Endoscopic examination of the nose 2 years postoperatively revealed a widely patent left frontal recess area (figure, D).
Welcome to the wonderful world of recess withholding.
The leaders said they were not ready to go on recess as they are broke.