gap的同義詞之：空白blank, unfilled, space,
gap的同義詞之：裂口,缺口pass, crevice, cleft, rift, break, opening, hole, gulf,
gap的同義詞之：其他釋義vacancy, gape, daylight, rift, hole, crevice, blank, break, aperture, pass, valley, gulf, cleft, fissure, breach, opening,
High school degrees offer far less in the way of preparation for work than they might, or than many other nations currently offer, creating a growing skills gap in our economy.
The gap between Apple and other tech firms is now likely to narrow.
Houses built before 1939 use about 50% more energy per square foot than those built after 2000, mainly due to the tiny cracks and gaps that expand over time and let in more outside air.
in a 2012 report,the World Economic Forum found that when it comes to closing the gender gap in"economic participation and opportunity,"the United States is ahead of not only Sweden but also Finland,Denmark,the Netherlands,Iceland,Germany,and the United Kingdom.
It is a society well worth studying,and its efforts to conquer the gender gap impart a vital lesson—though not the lesson the Swedes had in mind。
Sweden has done more than other nations to close the gender gap.
A gap is a space between two things or a hole in the middle of something solid.
He pulled the thick curtains together, leaving just a narrow gap.
...the wind tearing through gaps in the window frames.
A gap is a period of time when you are not busy or when you stop doing something that you normally do.
There followed a gap of four years, during which William joined the Army.
If there is something missing from a situation that prevents it being complete or satisfactory, you can say that there is a gap .
We need more young scientists to fill the gap left by a wave of retirements expected over the next decade...
Like a good businessman, Stewart identified a gap in the market.
A gap between two groups of people, things, or sets of ideas is a big difference between them.
...the gap between rich and poor...
America's trade gap widened...
The gate was locked but we went through a gap in the fence.
There is a gap of five miles between towns.
The record is not complete; there are several gaps in it.
There is a wide gap between the views of the two statesmen.
We must see that there is no gap in our defence.
1. a conspicuous disparity or difference as between two figures;"gap between income and outgo""the spread between lending and borrowing costs"
2. an open or empty space in or between things;"there was a small opening between the trees""the explosion made a gap in the wall"
3. a narrow opening;"he opened the window a crack"
4. a pass between mountain peaks
5. an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity;"it was presented without commercial breaks"
1. make an opening or gap in