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public holiday

noun [C]
 
 
an official holiday when banks, schools, and many businesses are closed for the day: The London stock market was closed yesterday for a public holiday. →  See also bank holiday , national holiday
Translations of “public holiday”
in Korean 공휴일…
in Arabic أجازة عامة…
in Portuguese feriado bancário…
in Catalan dia festiu…
in Japanese 祝祭日…
in Italian festa civile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公共假日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公众假日…
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