English translation of छुट्टी
छुट्टीPowered by COBUILD /chutti/
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nf/chutti, chuttI, chuttee, chuttī, chhutti, chhuttI, chhuttee, chhuttī, chuTTi, chuTTI, chuTTee, chuTTī, chhuTTi, chhuTTI, chhuTTee, chhuTTī, chuṭṭi, chuṭṭI, chuṭṭee, chuṭṭī, chhuṭṭi, chhuṭṭI, chhuṭṭee, chhuṭṭī/
1. discharge transitive verb, uncountable noun
When someone is discharged from hospital, prison, or the armed forces, or when they are given a discharge, they are allowed to leave, or told that they must leave.
⇒ He has a broken nose but may be discharged today. ⇒ He was given a conditional discharge.
2. holiday countable noun, (in phrases)
In British English, a holiday is a period of time when you are not working and are away from home for relaxation. You can also say that you are on holiday during this time. The American word is vacation.
⇒ We're going to Scotland for our holidays. ⇒ I went on holiday to Ibiza.
3. leave uncountable noun, (in phrases)
Leave is a period of time when you are not working at your job. If you are on leave, you are not at your job.
⇒ Why don't you take a few days' leave?
4. leisure uncountable noun
Leisure is the time when you do not have to work and can do things that you enjoy.
⇒ It was a relaxing way to fill my leisure time.
5. vacation variable noun
In American English, a vacation is a period of time when you are not working and are away from home for relaxation. The British word is holiday.
⇒ We went on vacation to Puerto Rico.
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Translation of छुट्टी from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary