English version

day off

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishday offˌday ˈoff noun (plural days off) [countable]  a day when you do not go to work, school etc because you have a holiday or because you are sick On my days off, you’ll usually find me out in the back garden.take/have a day off I’m taking a few days off before the wedding.
Examples from the Corpus
take/have a day offIn fact, you can take a day off.Dad, taking a day off work!No one at the company is penalized for taking a day off for child care.Hadn't he taken a day off to go fishing, while Adam busied himself with prospective clients?Hell, when was the last time he took a day off?Do I take a day off work?When his father died he felt nothing and had done nothing more than take a day off for the funeral.He urged me to take a day off and visit him.
From Longman Business Dictionaryday offday ˈoff noun (plural days off) [countable] a day when you do not go to work because you have a holiday or because you are sickOn my days off, you’ll usually find me in the garden.I’m taking a few extra days off over Christmas.
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