Ryan’s Word Of The Day: Sabbatical (noun) of leave from something
Meaning: A period
Example (1): “I took a week long sabbatical from HelloTalk and entrusted the word/phrase of the day to be delivered by my magnificent parents. They are better than me!”
Example (2): “Some people choose to take a sabbatical from their career to travel, study or take a step back from the daily pressures of life.”
N.B. The original meaning of this word is paid absence from work, usually in the education sector, but is now also commonly used in the ways expressed above.
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