Definition of sick leave in English:

sick leave

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[mass noun]
Leave of absence granted because of illness: he took a week’s sick leave she was on sick leave for two months
More example sentences
  • When PC Furness went on sick leave her absence on the streets prompted juvenile nuisance to increase on her beat.
  • Grocon wants greater control over rostered days off, sick leave, annual leave and working hours.
  • Most apparent in this regard is the absence of adequate sick leave, maternity provision, and child health care.

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