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personal day

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Definition of personal day in English:

noun

North American
A paid or unpaid day of leave from work for reasons other than illness or holiday, taken at the employee’s discretion: the company allows employees to take up to three personal days each year
More example sentences
  • This year, state workers who did not want to work on Thanksgiving Friday were required to take a personal day or a vacation day.
  • Police officials pointed out that vacation days and personal days can be included in a week's total, inflating the number of hours paid above what was actually worked.
  • Most people (myself included) take it as a vacation day or a personal day, but we're definitely open and 'fully operational'.

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