Interim

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Interim means "in between" or "transitional" (moving from one time or place to another), or "temporary."

Some common "interim" items:

  • An interim report is a report on the how some work is going.
  • An interim document is a piece of writing that is not finished.
  • An interim official is a person who is doing a job temporarily. This can be in between two other people having the job, or when the normal person is temporarily unable to do it. For example, a school can have an interim principal (headteacher), or a country can have an interim prime minister. The interim person might be called an acting headteacher or acting prime minister.


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