Definition of time off in English:

time off

Syllabification: time off


  • Time for rest or recreation away from one’s usual work or studies: we’re too busy to take time off
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    • You also have to take time off during your study period so that you don't burn out.
    • My wife and I have a four week old and I had to take time off using my holiday entitlement.
    • Women are more likely to have career breaks than men because they are more likely to take time off when they have children.

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