Her şahsın dinlenmeye, eğlenmeye, bilhassa çalışma müddetinin makul surette sınırlandırılmasına ve muayyen devrelerde ücretli tatillere hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.
Tatil boyunca orada kamp yaptık. - We camped there over the holiday.
O, ona uzun bir tatile çıkmasını tavsiye etti, bu yüzden o, derhal işi bıraktı ve dünya yolculuğuna çıktı. - She advised him to take a long holiday, so he immediately quit work and took a trip around the world.
Ne yazık, bu sene tatile çıkamayacaksınız! - It's too bad that you won't be able to take a holiday this year!
A period during which pupils and students do not attend their school or university
I want to take a French course this summer holiday.
An unintentional gap left on a plated, coated, or painted surface.Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. http: //dictionary.reference.com/browse/holiday (accessed: June 26, 2007)
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. We rang Duncan to ask where he was going on holiday Ischia is a popular seaside holiday resort We're going to Scotland for our holidays
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. to spend your holiday in a place - used especially in news reports American Equivalent: vacationholiday in/at
is the twenty-four (24)-hour period beginning at 00: 00 hours of a day designated to be a holiday (jour férié)
The holidays are the time when children do not have to go to school. the first day of the school holidays
n I've always wondered about this word and was enlightened by one of my trustworthy contributors A holiday for a person in the UK is any time taken off work For Americans, a vacation is time taken off specifically for yourself and a holiday is time that everyone gets off and they're paid for (Christmas, New Year, Easter, etc ) What Americans call holidays, we call public holidays
any holiday recognized by State law or enumerated in the South Carolina Code of Laws § 53-5-10 HOLIDAY COMPENSATORY TIME - leave time earned by an employee for work performed on a holiday
A period defined that is not a workday or weekend This time period can be other lengths that one 24 hour day For example, the Thanksgiving holiday is defined as 48 hours long, or a holiday could be defined as one shift in length ( 8 hours only)
Gilding - A gilders term that refers to an area were the leaf did not initially adhere Holidays are caused by 2 things First, in the application process, the leaf just did not stick to the 'tacky' surface Simply apply fresh leaf and rub down Secondly, when you applied the 'size' in step 4, you missed an area leaving a bald spot, and there is no adhesive for the leaf to stick to After you have completed leafing the entire surface, including patching in all holidays, re-apply more 'size' to the missing spots with a small artists brush, allow to come to 'tack' as before, then apply leaf to the newly sized area
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Holiday test or a Continuity test is one of the non destructive test method applied on protective coatings to detect unacceptable discontinuities such as pinholes and voids. The test involves checking of an electric circuit to see if current flows to complete the electrical circuit
In Britain, a holiday camp is a place which provides holiday accommodation and entertainment for large numbers of people. a place where people go for their holidays and where activities are organized for them
An ostensible holiday, or, by extension, any occasion, invented or popularized for profit
Honestly, it didn't much matter to me that Marina had forgotten Mother's Day, though I did feel bad on my mother's behalf. As any parent can tell you, what hurts far more than no card on a Hallmark holiday are the casual slights, the eye rolls your child thinks you don't see, the eye rolls your child thinks you don't see, the muttered whatevers, the unasked-for-and-unwanted criticism of your clothing, your speech habits, your existence.
(India) A holiday that is said by the government to be mandatory. So, a gazetted holiday means that the holiday must be observed by schools, banks, and typically many employers observe the holiday as well
A package holiday or package tour consists of transport and accommodation advertised and sold together by a vendor known as a tour operator. Other services may be provided like a rental car, activities or outings during the holiday. Transport can be via charter airline to a foreign country. Package holidays are a form of product bundling
a US jazz and blues singer. She was one of the greatest jazz and blues singers ever, and was also called "Lady Day" (1915-59). orig. Eleanora Fagan born April 7, 1915, Baltimore, Md., U.S. died July 17, 1959, New York, N.Y. U.S. jazz singer. She was "discovered" while she was singing in a Harlem nightclub in 1933. Recordings with Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington led to a series of outstanding small-group records (1935-42) featuring musicians such as Lester Young (who gave her the sobriquet Lady Day) and Teddy Wilson. Exposure with the big bands of Count Basie (1937) and Artie Shaw (1938) brought her greater public attention; for the rest of her life she would remain one of the best known of jazz singers. Among the songs identified with her were "Strange Fruit" and "God Bless the Child." Personal crises and drug and alcohol addiction plagued her career, and she was incarcerated in 1947 on narcotics charges. Her voice could reveal a sweet, often sensual expressiveness or disturbing bitterness in the service of a lyric: her clear projection of emotion represents a landmark of personal expression
a public holiday in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, usually on the last Monday in August. In Scotland and the Republic of Ireland, the Summer Bank Holiday is usually on the first Monday in August
n A contradiction in terms - a holiday being a "holy day", whereas the only thing remotely devotional about a bank is the faith of its communicants in one day having returned to them a share of what they have spent that part of their lives not holidaying, working to put in
If you have a holiday, but spend it doing something similar to your usual work, you can refer to it as a busman's holiday. a holiday spent doing the same work as you do in your job - often used humorously
National Holidays: 1st January : New Year's Day 6th January : Epiphany Good Friday 1st May : : Labour Day 25th July: : St James 15th August : Assumption 12th October : Columbus Day, National Day 1st November : All Saints Day 6th December : Constitution Day 8th December : Immaculate Conception 25th December : Christmas Day Local Holidays: Shrove Tuesday 30th May: Canaries Day 25th August: St Gines
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