Definition of minibreak in English:

minibreak

Line breaks: mini|break

noun

British
A short holiday, especially one lasting only two or three days.
More example sentences
  • In other news, my brother Simon and his new Danish girlfriend Marlene were up in Edinburgh for a short mini-break (how very Bridget Jones) this weekend.
  • But, like all the best mini-breaks, the sunny sojourn with Signor Berlusconi is now but a distant memory.
  • The gamble paid off and he walked away with a trip to New Zealand, another to America, a mini-break in the UK, a Lexus car, a Ford Fiesta and £500 cash.

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