[ UK /ve‍ɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /veɪˈkeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure
    we took a short holiday in Puerto Rico
    we get two weeks of vacation every summer
  2. the act of making something legally void
VERB
  1. spend or take a vacation
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How To Use vacation In A Sentence

  • We offer a competitive benefits package including medical insurance, paid vacation and holidays.
  • The thing is, a lot of people find a motor home vacation more enjoyable.
  • Having browsed through this book, you've probably realized that despite the noise, stink, stupidity and self-destructiveness of Planet Earth, it's not a bad place to vacation.
  • More than 2.5 million vacationers are expected to enjoy a cruise of less than seven days on some 1,500 sailings this year.
  • Many teachers and students resort to Beidaihe beach in the summer vacation.
  • Dave and Kathy are going to steal away on vacation.
  • Well he does not have any time to be concerned about any thing but where he will fly next in AF-1 and when and where his next vacation will be. DeMint: Obama 'distracted' from protecting the country
  • I must say this is the first vacation I have never wanted to come back from, Hawai'i is drop dead gorgeous and I have been someplaces. Life on Uncle Merlin's Island
  • So we struggled for another three weeks, until the schools closed in late December for almost two months of winter vacation.
  • Roll on the summer vacation!
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