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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

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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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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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Are you running from something?
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We're just on holiday, sir.
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Vacation.
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I realized the best part of the Goldberg vacation was the journey.
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To this day, we still travel as a family.
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I truly thought you wanted to go on a friends vacation with me.
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Actually, what I really wanted was this.
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You have a lovely beach home which I rented for a family vacation.
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And I came prepared.
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We're not on vacation.
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We are on a mission.