annual leave

annual leave
annual leave annual leave leave

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annual leave UK US noun [U] HR
a paid number of days each year that an employee is allowed to be away from work: be on annual leave »

She is on annual leave


She took annual leave to attend the day's commemorations.


We offer a good starting salary and 25 days' annual leave.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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