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vac

noun uk   /væk/ us  

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?

vac

verb [I or T] uk   /væk/ (-cc-) UK informal us  
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 Chinese (Traditional) 一段時間, (尤指出遊的)假期,休假…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一段时间, (尤指出游的)假期,休假…
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