Definition of spring break in English:

spring break

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noun

North American
A week’s holiday for school and college students at Easter: some 500,000 students came to Daytona for spring break this year [as modifier]: the spring-break season
More example sentences
  • Here in Florida, college students have arrived for spring break.
  • Book just after Easter and spring break to avoid crowds and the high prices.
  • I spent all of my spring break sitting around his house, watching television and joking around with him.

Derivatives

spring breaker

noun
More example sentences
  • It can offer a rewarding escape, too, for families, seniors, even spring breakers because of its budget-friendly nature and the proximity to beaches and theme parks.
  • Contrast this to the headline last week saying that a lot of spring breakers are staying away because the hotel rooms in the Bahamas are too expensive compared to other destinations.
  • Lake Havasu spring breakers can partake in boating, fishing, swimming, and white water rafting.

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