Definition of vac in English:

vac

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noun

British
1 Informal term for vacation.
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  • The European Theatre Group are back from their Christmas vac Shakespeare tour.
  • The youths are down from college for the long vac.
  • I decided to travel back to Oxford during the Easter vac.
2 informal term for vacuum cleaner.
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  • I put on the kettle for a nice cup of tea and got the vac out.
  • He took the vac outside, got the extension cord out, hooked it all up and ran it all the way to the car.
  • Base models of bagless vacs can be purchased for around $80.00 and do not require the use and changing of a bag.

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