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holiday

noun     /ˈhɒl.ɪ.deɪ/ US  /ˈhɑː.lɪ-/
[C or U] UK ( UK informal holidays, UK informal hols, US vacation) a time, often one or two weeks, when someone does not go to work or school but is free to do what they want, such as travel or relax 假期,假日 a camping/skiing holiday 露營/滑雪渡假 Have you decided where you're going for your holiday(s) this year? 你決定今年到哪裡渡假了嗎? Patricia is on holiday next week. 派翠夏下星期休假。 How many days' holiday do you get with your new job? 你的新工作有幾天假期? We thought we'd go to France for our summer holiday. 我們想去法國過暑假。 Surely the school holidays start soon. 想必學校馬上就要放假了吧。 Tourism and holidaysHotels and hostelsTime off work
[C] an official day when you do not have to go to work or school 法定假日,節日 a public holiday 公眾假期 St Patrick's Day is a holiday in Ireland. 聖派翠克節是愛爾蘭的一個節日。 Time off workTourism and holidaysHotels and hostels
(Definition of holiday noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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