[ US /səˈbætɪkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /sɐbˈætɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to sabbatical leave
    sabbatical research project
  2. of or relating to the Sabbath
    Friday is a sabbatical day for Muslims
  1. a leave usually taken every seventh year
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How To Use sabbatical In A Sentence

  • She was studying in an English school where all the teachers are Americans who are on a sabbatical leave from a different elementary school.
  • The aim of phase two would be to secure funding and design a permanent sabbatical centre.
  • A stint as a teaching assistant for an accounting class led him to substitute for the same professor the next year when that professor went on sabbatical.
  • He has continued to live at Minster House next to the cathedral while on sabbatical leave.
  • Tracy Noone has been the county's regular top scorer during the golden period from 1999, but missed last year on her American sabbatical.
  • And Robredo chose to take a two-year sabbatical to study at Harvard University.
  • As to Pamela, she had been persuaded to take a long sabbatical in Brazil. THE ENDLESS GAME
  • Many of the most resource-intensive types of activities, such as conference travel and sabbaticals, were available only to full-time instructors.
  • Perhaps I should have piped up and suggested a digestion sabbatical before the final touch, which effectively scuppers any true criticism by being truly ambrosial.
  • If that's not a snapshot of Margo glaring through the judas hole in the door of her padded cell, then the Professor needs to sharpen the intuitive faculties with a sabbatical of his own in Byron Bay.
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