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vacnoun

uk   us   /væk/

vac noun (PERIOD)

[C] UK informal for vacation : Have you managed to get a job for the long (= summer) vac?

vac noun (EQUIPMENT)

[C] informal for vacuum noun [S] UK informal for an act of cleaning something with a vacuum cleaner: Could you give the bedrooms a vac?

vacverb [I or T]

uk   us   /væk/ (-cc-) UK informal
to clean something with a vacuum cleaner: I've nearly finished the cleaning, I just need to vac. Have you vacced the carpet?
Translations of “vac”
in Vietnamese kỳ nghỉ…
in Thai ช่วงลาพักผ่อน…
in Malaysian cuti…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一段時間, (尤指出遊的)假期,休假…
in Indonesian liburan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一段时间, (尤指出游的)假期,休假…
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