Decided / chose / distinguished between two things; to interrupt.
Deffiesi, Ferriedi; jħobb jindaħal
Someone who constantly interrupts, interlopes
Expression: LT=’between four walls’ denotes: indoors
Expression: LT = ‘between my eyes’ – denotes: you are in my thoughts; I will not forget
Expression: LT=’between the onion and its peel’ Denotes: Someone one interloping in an awkward situation which should have been none of his business and is now caught in the middle of the antagonistic parties.
Between the isles of Kemmuna and Kemmunett
Expression: LT=’between today and tomorrow’ Denotes: Suddenly, without warning
Expression: LT=’between fire and water’; demotes a hard choice, where each outcome is not good. equivalent to the English expression ‘between a rock and a hard place’
Expression: LT=’between sky and water’ Denotes: out at sea, beyond the sight of land; also figuratively denotes doubt and uncertainty.
Expression: LT=’between one and the other’ Denotes: Approximately, nearly, circa
In confidence; privately
Expression: LT=’Between ourselves and between yourselves’ Denotes: the will of one group to remain separate from another
Expression: LT=’between himself and his soul’ Denotes: in his conscience; in his reflection, in his silent thoughts
Expression: LT=’like wednesday in the middle of the week’. Stated of something begun but remains unfinished.