Definition of "time-off" [time-off]

  • Alternative spelling of time off. (noun)

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Use "time-off" in a sentence
  • "The topic, which also dealt peripherally with taking time off, brought up two other time-off questions."
  • "One of the allures of time-off travel is that on vacation we slip more easily into Deep Travel, and notice more than normal, giving the people and places we encounter an intensity and glow."
  • "Still, not all businesses are able to offer a paid time-off policy: Picture a gas station or a grocery store where profit margins in the low single-digits are the norm."