Annual Leave

[ˈænj(u)əl | liv]
Definition:

A period of paid time off or holidays, most commonly accrued at 4 working weeks per annum, (pro rata for part time employees). Annual leave is usually only accrued by full- and part-time staff (not casual employees)

Part of speech:
Noun
Use in a sentence:
Use your annual leave to rest and relax. It is that important!
Annual Leave

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