gap in a sentence

gap meaning:

n.) An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap in a fence; an opening for a passage or entrance;

gap sentence:

The gap between them has narrowed.





The generation gap bothers me a lot.

The gap seemed to be getting smaller.

Leave a gap between your car and the next.

The gap between rich and poor is getting wider.

A ray of sunshine shone through a gap in the clouds.

A ray of sunshine shone through a gap in the clouds.

A rabbit ran along the fence and darted through a gap.

Leave a gap at the top and bottom so air can circulate.

Some politicians aim at closing the gap between rich and poor.

The sheep got into the field through a gap in the hedge.

The children squeezed through a gap in the wall.

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