bayram, ta'tildam olmoq, ta'tilni o'tkazmoq
- bayramholidayedholidayingdam olish
Noun(1) leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure(2) a day on which work is suspended by law or custom
Verb(1) spend or take a vacation
(1) In some places, it was business as usual, but many parts of the city were still influenced by the holiday atmosphere, and people were reluctant to work.(2) Fred was on holiday in Spain(3) She really seemed to like me and I took her to Phuket and everywhere around Thailand for the month I was on holiday .(4) December 25 is an official public holiday(5) It kind of puts a damper on the festive holiday spirit.(6) Mr Carlyle said he was touring Scotland on holiday , and that he was pleased to be in Orkney.(7) a holiday atmosphere(8) They celebrate a public holiday here on Monday, its Discovery Day.(9) After all, no tourists ever went on holiday to this barren spot!(10) It was the school holidays, and the place was teaming with people, families, youth groups, holiday clubs.(11) this is a holiday town(12) To add the holiday atmosphere, balloons were placed on each table.(13) the school is on holiday next week(14) However, unlike the USA and Canada, Britain does not celebrate the harvest with an official public holiday .(15) beach holiday(16) Here at Rockefeller Center at New York City, the Christmas, or holiday spirit, is alive and well.
(1) on holiday :: bayram
1. day of observance ::
2. festival ::
5. fiesta ::
7. anniversary ::
8. jubilee ::
9. saint's day ::
10. holy day ::
11. vacation ::
Different Formsholiday, holidayed, holidaying, holidays
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