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time off

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtime offˌtime ˈoff noun [uncountable]  TIME/FREE TIMEtime when you are officially allowed not to be at work or studyingtake/have/get etc time off Have you ever had to take time off for health reasons?
Examples from the Corpus
take/have/get etc time offYou can have time off for the hearing, of course.David Dorn takes time off from watching the screen antics to bring you the details.We still penalise parents for taking time off work to be with their children, instead of rewarding them.Leaves any babies with minder - can't take time off to bring them up.Women had long been accustomed to taking time off from a career for family responsibilities, then retooling to come back.Have you ever had to take time off for health reasons?Some did force themselves to take time off from work.You get time off from work.
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