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Definition of day off in English:

noun (plural days off)

A day’s holiday from work or school, on what would normally be a working day: it’s her day off today
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  • People were working their days off and cancelling holidays to make themselves available for work.
  • As I had a day off today, the wife decided we should go to Dewsbury for a few things then go for a walk in Crows Nest park.
  • Big Sis has the day off work today, so we're soldiering on over to Southfork Ranch.

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