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interim
adjective
1. (provisional) 
a. interino 
The team named an interim coach.El equipo nombró un entrenedor interino.
b. provisional 
The agency is following its director's interim guidelines until permanent regulations can be approved.La agencia está siguiendo las directrices provisionales del director hasta que se aprueben normas permanentes.
c. provisorio 
The governor suspended executions as an interim solution.El gobernador suspendió las ejecuciones como solución provisoria.
2. (finance) 
a. a cuenta 
The company paid shareholders interim dividends in March.La empresa pagó dividendos a cuenta a los accionistas en marzo.
noun
3. (intervening time) 
a. el ínterin (M) 
Katie starts her new job in two months. In the interim she plans to relax on the beach.Katie comienza su nuevo trabajo en dos meses. En el ínterin planea relajarse en la playa.
b. el interín (M) 
David is going to buy a new computer. In the interim, he has been working at a cybercafe.David va a comprar una nueva computadora. Durante el interín, ha estado trabajando en un cibercafé.
interim
Noun
1. (general) 
in the interimentre tanto, en el ínterin
adjective
2. (agreement, report) 
a. provisional 
b. provisorio (Latin America) 
interim [ˈɪntərɪm]
noun
in the interim en el ínterin or interín
adjective
[+president] interino; provisional; [+measure, government, report, result] provisional;
modifier
interim dividend (n) dividendo (m) a cuenta
interim payment (n) pago (m) a cuenta
the interim period (n) el ínterin or interín
there were two fierce wars, and in the interim period a troubled peace the measures will be implemented in 1998. in the interim period, a temporary system will be in operation, whereby ...
interim profits (n) (Economics) (Comm) beneficios (m) trimestrales
Last December, AAH turned in interim profits of 16 million pounds on turnover of 799 million pounds and warned that full-year profits would be below the previous year's level
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