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Time off

English Meaning 1

Time away from work / holiday time / leave (used when we speak English)

English Example 1

“Hi Sue, I’d like to ask you about taking some time off in May?”
(Learn English tip: in terms of grammar this is not really a question, but the question is inferred by the tone of the voice at the end of the sentence)

English Meaning 2

(Same as Meaning 1)

English Example 2

“I’ve taken some time off while the kids are on school holidays so we thought we might go up north”

English Meaning 3

For a similar expression see ‘Day off’

English Example 3


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