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Translation of "holiday" - English-Spanish dictionary

holiday

noun   /ˈhɒl·ə·deɪ/ UK
A1 ( US vacation) a time when you do not have to go to work or school vacaciones the school holidays
A1 UK ( US vacation) a long visit to a place away from where you live, for pleasure vacaciones a skiing holiday Are you going on holiday this year?
a day for celebrating or remembering a special event, especially one on which many people are allowed not to go to work or school fiesta the Fourth of July holiday There are several holidays to celebrate in December.
verb   /ˈhɒl·ə·deɪ/
UK ( US vacation) to have your holiday somewhere pasar las vacaciones, veranear We usually holiday in Spain.
(Definition of holiday from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

holiday

noun /ˈholədi/
a day when one does not have to work fiesta, día festivo Next Monday is a holiday.
(often in plural) a period of time when one does not have to work vacaciones The summer holidays will soon be here We’re going to Sweden for our holiday(s) I’m taking two weeks’ holiday in June (also adjective) holiday clothes.
holidaymaker noun
a person who has gone eg to the seaside for a holiday veraneante This small coastal village is very popular with holidaymakers.
on holiday
not working; having a holiday de vacaciones Mr Smith has gone on holiday She is on holiday in France.
(Definition of holiday from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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