Definition of Take time off
1. Verb. Take time off from work; stop working temporarily.
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Literary usage of Take time off
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1908)
"As regards the question of time off in lieu of overtime pay, the announcement to the staff states that no officer is compelled to take " time off " in lien ..."
2. Reconnecting Taxation by Geoff Mulgan, Robin Murray (1993)
"... retirement and replace it with a more variegated system where national insurance payments provide rights for all classes of employees to take time off. ..."
3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"Of course, you cannot take time off without losing business, or losing money perhaps, if you leave a substitute in your place. ..."
4. The Smallpox Vaccination Program: Public Health in an Age of Terrorism by Alina Baciu (2005)
"More readable compensation language could take the form of: • “Right now, if you get sick or have to take time off from work, you cannot expect compensation ..."
5. The Selfish Pig's Guide to Caring by Hugh Marriott (2003)
"But take time off, and take it off regularly. Make it happen. The very act of re-organizing time will help to ease the squeeze. What not to do about it The ..."
6. From the Household to the Factory: Sex Discrimination in the Guatemalan by Judith Sunderland (2002)
"... nearly 39 percent had not been allowed to take time off for maternity leave.391 Of those women who were allowed to take maternity leave, ..."