layover

[ley-oh-ver]
noun

Origin:
1870–75, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase lay over

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Example sentences
Although the battery would be exhausted faster, it could be recharged during a
  break in a meeting or at a layover in an airport.
By the end of their fortnight layover, some birds achieve outright corpulence,
  their breasts swaying pendulously with every step.
During your next airport layover or flight delay, skip the fast food and munch
  on gourmet cuisine.
Take a walk on the wild side during your next layover.
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