Situations Vacant

Situations Vacant
Situations Vacant ˌSituations ˈVacant noun [uncountable] JOBS
the title of the part of a newspaper in which jobs are advertised

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Situations Vacant UK US noun [U] UK HR
the name of the pages in a newspaper, on a website, etc. with job advertisements: »

He turned to the Situations Vacant page at the back.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • situations vacant — noun singular BRITISH the HELP WANTED part of a newspaper …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • situations vacant — ► situations vacant (or wanted) chiefly Brit. jobs currently available (or sought). Main Entry: ↑situation …   English terms dictionary

  • situations vacant — UK US noun [singular] british the part of a newspaper that contains advertisements for jobs Thesaurus: types of advertisementhyponym parts of newspapers and magazinesmeronym advertising, marketing and prhyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • situations vacant (or wanted) — chiefly Brit. jobs currently available (or sought). → be situated …   English new terms dictionary

  • situations vacant — available jobs, open positions …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Situations Vacant — noun (singular) BrE the title of the part of a newspaper where jobs are advertised …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • situations vacant — UK / US noun [singular] British the part of a newspaper that contains advertisements for jobs …   English dictionary

  • vacant — va‧cant [ˈveɪkənt] adjective 1. PROPERTY property that is vacant is not being used and may be available to rent or buy: • The committee recommended that factories should be sited on vacant land in small towns rather than in villages or the open… …   Financial and business terms

  • situations wanted — ► situations vacant (or wanted) chiefly Brit. jobs currently available (or sought). Main Entry: ↑situation …   English terms dictionary

  • vacant — va|cant [ˈveıkənt] adj [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: Latin, present participle of vacare to be empty, be free ] 1.) a vacant seat, building, room or piece of land is empty and available for someone to use ▪ Only a few apartments were… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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