commercial break

/kəˌmɜ:ʃ(ə)l 'breɪk/ noun
the time set aside for commercials on television
The advertiser wished to specify exactly when in the commercial break the advertisements were to appear.
The advertising manager placed one advertisement in each commercial break of the day on the radio channel.

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