Entry from British & World English dictionary
A day spent in rest, especially as an interlude between periods of activity: both matches resume tomorrow after a rest day today
More example sentences
- Today is a rest day on the trade show here, when the delegates can either go on an organised tour, or can do their own thing.
- The team got up to Camp II yesterday and will be taking a rest day today.
- And, we are taking a rest day today, we are not going to move to high camp.
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