What does time off mean?

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time off

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. time offnoun

    a time period when you are not required to work

    "he requested time off to attend his grandmother's funeral"

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  1. time offnoun

    A period of time where one is not required to work.

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  1. time off

    Time off refers to the scheduled or unsolicited period of rest, relaxation, or absence from work, typically for personal reasons, vacation, illness, or family responsibilities. During this period, the individual is free from fulfilling their regular work duties or responsibilities.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of time off in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of time off in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of time off in a Sentence

  1. Jim Nielsen:

    He’s doing it on his own authority, instead of the will of the people through their elected representatives or directly through their own votes, this is what I call Newsom’s time off for bad behavior. He’s putting us all at greater risk and there seems to be no end to the degree to which he wants to do that.

  2. Jennifer Lopez:

    Lorene always knew what she wanted for this film before she even shot any film, she was so clear, but it was a moment where I had worked so much in the year. And I said I have to take time off, I have to be with my kids. I just have to, I'm sorry I can not do this movie right now. It was the first time I've ever done that in my career. And [ Lorene ] was like,' No, do you not want to do the movie ?' And I go,' No, I actually do, but if you have to move on I understand, but I have to do this for my life right now.' And she was like,' I don't care. You're Ramona and we're gon na make to the movie.' Like she was had so much conviction on what she believed this movie had to be and what it was going to be. And didn't move on. She's like,' I will wait for you. I will. We'll wait. We'll do it.' And it actually turned out even better.

  3. Miles Romney:

    I joke that I'm a five-generation Utah, but my dad and I took a little time off for a business career.

  4. John Furjanic:

    I think this is a watershed moment because he is a man and he is conservative, he would be a hypocrite to give himself family time off and not grant it to the rest of the USA.

  5. Mike Ryan:

    Saturdays I try and take time off, but then on Sunday I try to do maybe a nine - or 10-hour day.

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