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Meaning of “national holiday” - Learner’s Dictionary

national holiday

noun [C]     ( also US federal holiday)
a day when most people in a country do not have to workTourism and holidaysHotels and hostelsTime off work
Translations of “national holiday”
in Korean 국경일…
in Arabic أجازة وَطنِيّة…
in Portuguese feriado nacional…
in Catalan festa nacional…
in Japanese (国の)祝祭日…
in Italian festa nazionale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全國性假日…
in Russian общегосударственный праздник…
in Turkish millî bayram…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全国性假日…
in Polish święto narodowe…
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