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vacation (vay KAY shuhn) (s) (noun), vacations (pl)
1. A period of suspension of work, study, or other activity, usually used for rest, recreation, or travel; recess or holiday: "Schoolchildren are on vacation now."
2. Leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure: "Employees working for this company are entitled to two weeks of vacation each year."

"Iva's friends are taking their vacation in Paris next month."

3. A part of the year, regularly set aside, when normal activities of law courts, legislatures, etc., are suspended.
4. Etymology: "Freedom" or "release" (from some activity or occupation), from Old French vacation, from Latin vacationem, "leisure, being free from duty", from vacare, "to be empty, to be free", or "to be at leisure".

Literally, "an empty period"; that is, "a period unoccupied with work or duty".

Word Entries containing the term: “vacation
staycation stay-cation, stacation, staykation; stay-at-home vacation
1. A vacation in which people stay home or visit places close to where they live.
2. A time in which an individual, or family stays, and relaxes at home; possibly taking day trips to local area attractions.
3. A portmanteau of "stay" (stay-at-home) and "vacation".