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long vacation

noun, British
1.
the summer vacation customary in the law courts and universities.
Origin
1685-1695
1685-95
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  • If you leave your camera at home on a long vacation, you can buy a disposable one.
  • And with that, he took off on a weeks-long vacation.
  • The school playground holds aloof yet from the neighborhood except in the long vacation.
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  • Visitors can book rooms for an overnight stay or for a long vacation.
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  • Travelers visiting a city for a prolonged business trip or long vacation typically utilize hotels.
  • Asked about the future, she has only one desire: a long vacation.
  • There's ample storage for carpooling or for long vacation drives.
British Dictionary definitions for long vacation

long vacation

noun
1.
the long period of holiday in the summer during which universities, law courts, etc, are closed
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