a time period when you are not required to work
he requested time off to attend his grandmother's funeral
How To Use time off In A Sentence
- It wouldn't be the first time officials have failed to act on suspicions about improper behaviour either. Times, Sunday Times
- Looking back at my to-do list (previous post) it occurs to me that the whole point of getting the dratted deadline for Chill moved (it looks now as if it will be published for Fall 2009, so never fear; it is not being pushed back a full year) was so I could take some time off from novels and let my brain regrow. Re: Book sale paypal payments...
- Not only will this serve to disenchant the employee, it may also result in him or her taking the time off anyway and phoning in sick or being on unauthorised absence.
- She felt she couldn't afford any more time off work.
- Personal Dangerousness identification of recidivism can be divided into two categories of possible and probably a first-time offender.
- This was not the performance of a man who will be seeking time off to mend his marriage. Times, Sunday Times
- Obese people are more likely to take time off owing to illness.
- Turns out she took a little time off to graduate cum laude from FRIGGIN' HARVARD (can you hear that...that's my self-esteem shriveling up and dying) and now she's back at it, appearing in a plethora (Harvard word) of TV and movie gigs. YesButNoButYes: YBNBY Hall of Fame: Babes of the 80's
- The hard-pressed Minstead team, bolstered by full-time officers from the Yard's murder squad, was in danger of becoming bogged down in the laborious task of weeding out suspects on the fringe of the investigation.
- It is how he should go about acquiring it that occupies as much of his time off the court as does the hard graft on it. Times, Sunday Times