Definition of 'day off'
Example sentences containing 'day off'
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We have two days off to recover. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Taking a couple of days off was the best thing that could have happened. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Going to see the head nurse about getting a day off is like going to see a bank manager about an overdraft. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Why couldn’t he have got the day off, and come down with us? Three Men in a Boat (1889)I gave them a few days off and sometimes it's difficult coming back. The Sun (2010)He took ten days off and went to Marbella, but could not escape the unwelcome attention. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Used Occasionally. day off is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'day off'
British English: day off NOUN
A day off is a day when you do not go to work, even though it is usually a working day.
It was the receptionist's day off
- American English: day off
- Brazilian Portuguese: dia de folga
- Chinese: 休息日
- European Spanish: día libre
- French: jour de congé
- German: arbeitsfreier Tag
- Italian: giorno di ferie
- Japanese: 休日
- Korean: 비번일
- European Portuguese: dia de folga
- Spanish: día libre
Definition of day off from the Collins English Dictionary
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