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N-COUNT （外出度过的）假期 A holiday is a period of time during which you relax and enjoy yourself away from home. People sometimes refer to their holiday as their holidays.
I've just come back from a holiday in the United States...
We rang Duncan to ask where he was going on holiday...
N-COUNT 公众假日;节日 A holiday is a day when people do not go to work or school because of a religious or national festival.
New Year's Day is a public holiday throughout Britain...
He invited her to spend the Fourth of July holiday at his summer home on Fire Island...
N-PLURAL （学校的）假期 The holidays are the time when children do not have to go to school.
...the first day of the school holidays.
N-UNCOUNT （不上班的）休假期 If you have a particular number of days' or weeks' holiday, you do not have to go to work for that number of days or weeks.
Every worker will be entitled to four weeks' paid holiday a year.
VERB （外出）度假 If you are holidaying in a place away from home, you are on holiday there.
Sampling the local cuisine is one of the delights of holidaying abroad...
Vacant rooms on the campus were being used by holidaying families.