take time off

  1. take time off from work; stop working temporarily
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How To Use take time off In A Sentence

  • It has also helped him pay for extra staff to keep the business ticking along when he has to meet a big order or has been forced to take time off ill.
  • It will pay for solicitor 's fees and potential loss of earnings if you need to take time off work to sort things out. Times, Sunday Times
  • We will take time off work to go on a vacation.
  • Well I am not soft or making excuses to take time off.
  • An expert yacht skipper, she also liked to take time off in the summer to go sailing. Times, Sunday Times
  • With the capital coughing and spluttering, it would be politically reckless for either to take time off. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mitchel's schedule had not permitted him to take time off.
  • He spun some tale about needing to take time off work because his mother was ill.
  • We were even allowed to take time off school to visit air stations, an unexpected perk that made us the envy of classmates who thought we were all uniformed ponces.
  • Was I expected to take time off from work to play tour guide, as our host in New Zealand had?
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