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N-COUNT （委员会、法庭或政府等的）休会期间，休息期间 A recess is a break between the periods of work of an official body such as a committee, a court of law, or a government.
The conference broke for a recess...
Some in Congress are concerned the war option could be adopted in November when Congress is in recess...
VERB 休会;休庭 When formal meetings or court cases recess, they stop temporarily.
The hearings have now recessed for dinner...
Before the trial recessed today, the lawyer read her opening statement.
N-COUNT （墙上的）凹处;壁龛 In a room, a recess is part of a wall which is built further back than the rest of the wall. Recesses are often used as a place to put furniture such as shelves.
...a discreet recess next to a fireplace.
N-COUNT 暗处；隐蔽处 The recesses of something or somewhere are the parts of it which are hard to see because light does not reach them or they are hidden from view.
He emerged from the dark recesses of the garage...
From the recesses of his coat Richard produced a bottle of champagne.
N-COUNT （思想或心灵的）深处 If you refer to the recesses of someone's mind or soul, you are referring to thoughts or feelings they have which are hidden or difficult to describe.
...the inner recesses of the soul...
There was something in the darker recesses of his unconscious that was troubling him.