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busman's holiday

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbusman's holidaybus‧man’s hol‧i‧day /ˌbʌsmənz ˈhɒlədi $ -ˈhɑːlədeɪ/ noun [singular] British English  HOLIDAYa holiday spent doing the same work as you do in your job – often used humorously
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busman's holidayWycliffe was reminded of a busman's holiday he had spent, not so long ago, across at St Mawes.This, not surprisingly, was enhanced by miniature benches and wooden walling: a busman's holiday to a craftsman carpenter.
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