English version

spring break

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: College
spring breakˌspring ˈbreak noun [countable]  American EnglishSEC a holiday from college or university in the spring, usually two weeks long
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spring breakI met them only once right before spring break and ironically at the very close of my relationship with Rudy.For a while the conditions are so propitious that by spring break I have a rough draft of my book.Instead, his cheerleading coach said, he chose to spend his spring break on a cruise ship.
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