vacationverb

  • ja休暇を取る、休暇を過ごす
  • ento not go to school or work for a period of time in order to rest or travel

Examples

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So you're vacationing in Zambia, huh?
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Mm-hmm.
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Let me guess, you're from LA?
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New York.
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Yes.
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I take it Mr. Conrad won't be joining us?
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Two days ago, he told me that our marriage was over.
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There are 2 acceptable sleep positions:
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on back, toes up, arms crossed, or on back, toes up, arms at the side.
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Do not trust any child that chews bubble gum-flavored bubble gum.
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Do not trust any adult that chews gum at all.
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Never vacation in Banff.
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And Harry didn't do so bad himself either.
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He sourced Meghan's engagement ring stone from Botswana,
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where they vacationed together for the first time.
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The ring also has two smaller diamonds that belong to Princess Diana.
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I was 19, no one told me about location rules or lack of rules.
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Yeah.
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But you can do whatever you want, as long as you film the movie.
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I see, as long as you film the movie.
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Yeah.
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If you're just vacationing, you can't have an affair.
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- You can't do that. - If you're filming a movie, people can sleep together.
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Over the last 5 years, I've been doing all of these movies.
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And in those movies, I look so tan, but I forget that it's sprayed on.
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And I thought, "I might get myself a little color."
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And I laid out, and that took no more than 9 minutes.
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No.
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I'm serious.
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You're not — that's impossible.
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- Where were you? - Here's what I remember.
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Were you on the sun?
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That's where we vacationed, yeah.
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Twelve years ago, our next guest was vacationing with her family in Hawaii
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when she met another young girl on a dinner cruise.
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They became best friends for 1 night.
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After finding this photo of the 2 of them last week,
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she tweeted it out and asked the internet to help track her friend down.
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How long have you guys spent together,
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at 1 time, the longest you vacationed together or gone to see him or he's come to see you?
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Three weeks, yeah.
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I know you guys love each other.
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It just makes me nervous.
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I don't want you to be unhappy or have your heart broken because you feel like you missed out.

Other meanings for vacation...

vacationnoun

  • ja休暇、休み
  • ena period when people do not have to go to school or work and can rest or travel
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Gina, get your rear over here.
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Sam, you gotta meet Gina.
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Oh, already did.
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She took me out for dinner.
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Yeah, I just wanted to get to know Sam better and talk about the upcoming vacation.
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I got him his favorite, egg salad on white, bowl of cottage cheese...
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Hard boiled egg on the side!
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Oh, no.
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Oh, yes.
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What is this?
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Tape recorder.
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For what?
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For recording.
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Michael is on vacation,
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and he's asked me to record all meetings and to type up the transcripts.
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Now, when you stop ⁠— 'Cause you have to train constantly when you're playing.
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But when you're on vacation, do you work out at all?
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A little bit.
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You do?
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Like what? How often do you work out?
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Every day.
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And you got traffic violations in 6 other states from here to Alaska.
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Only 6?
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Are you running from something?
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We're just on holiday, sir.
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Vacation.
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Vacation.
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He means vacation.
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It's not just like every time I'm drunk, I turn into this ⁠—
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I think she's some sort of tortoise gambler or something.
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I don't always turn into this masculine alter ego
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that jumps into shark ridden waters just to make my friends laugh.
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My friends were like, "That's too far, Jen. No, not funny."
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It's not every time.
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I think it might be rum, which is what I brought up to Colbert.
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'Cause the only time I drink rum is on vacation.
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Well, you're on vacation.
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Bring the rum.
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So her and I have healed and talked about everything and really come to an understanding.
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Just so you understand, if you're not understanding what we're talking about,
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Kourtney doesn't wanna be a part of it anymore.
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She doesn't like getting photographed.
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She doesn't like her privacy exposed.
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- And she's saying she doesn't want to be so ⁠— - Well, she likes it.
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- But only she wants to film just when she feels like it. - I see.
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So if you're getting ⁠— If 1 family member goes on vacation a lot or takes time off a lot,
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the other family members have to step in and take over those hours.
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- What's been going on with you? - Well, nothing.
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- You know, I'm getting ready to go on vacation and stuff. - Cool.
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- Yeah. - What are you doing for vacation?
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I'm going to Africa to start building the campus.
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Yep.
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We're not on vacation.
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We are on a mission.
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We are going to reconnect with our sons.
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Don't take no for an answer.
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Make him love you!
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Mom.
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Mom.
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Surprise!
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Hey, mom!
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Boo!