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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to interim:   (147 results)

Often used in the same context:
transitional, caretaker, provisional, resigned, appoint, reappointed, reappointing, assistant, successor, overseer, appointee, ousted, administrator, pro tem, resignation, executive, helm, reappoint, deposed, reins, embattled, ex officio, ouster, temporary, managership, tenure, outgoing, chancellor, lame duck, appointment, reappointment, permanent, chief, ad hoc, provost, figurehead, replacement, deputy, directorship, succeeding, provisionary, ombudsperson, placeholder, cfo, president, emeritus, chief executive, finalize, replaces, trusteeship, ababa, advisory, moholi, sacking, reinstate, consolidated, transitionary, council, expires, indefinite, superintendent, reassume, vacancy, arbitrator, board, oversee, authority, hired, associate, ombudsman, interregnum, chairman, dean, elect, mediator, salp, probationary, internal auditor, designate, auditor, ultimatum, de facto, committee, reigns, unelected, vacates, beleaguered, pretexted, wagel, assistantship, placeman, administrative, formally, position, current, steering committee, pro tempore, officer, designee, principalship, roadmaster, acting, sojourn, voyage, interlude, lull, period, stay, decades, honeymoon, tour, holiday, incumbency, journey, respite, sitting, standoff, articles, bout, cruise, decade, project, stopgap, agreed, definitive, hoc, preliminary, tentative, compliance, mandatory, satisfactory, areawide, companywide, mandated, precautionary, quadripartite, share, systemwide, agency

More specific:
interregnum

Appears in the definition of:
ad interim, basis

More general:
interval, time interval

Synonyms:
impermanent, lag, temporary

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— Nouns for interim: report, period, government, measures, measure, reports, president, agreement, relief, order, results, more...

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Book See interim used in context: 13 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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