Sabbatic

Origin

1605–15; < Greek sabbatikós (sábbat(on) Sabbath + -ikos -ic) + -al1 (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Sabbatic

Sabbatic

adjective

  1. of or pertaining or appropriate to the Sabbath.
  2. (lowercase) of or relating to a sabbatical year.
  3. (lowercase) bringing a period of rest.
  4. denoting a period of leave granted to university staff, teachers, etc, esp approximately every seventh yeara sabbatical year; sabbatical leave
  5. denoting a post that renders the holder eligible for such leave
  6. of, relating to, or appropriate to the Sabbath as a day of rest and religious observance

dictionary.com

Sabbatic

noun

  1. (lowercase) sabbatical year.
  2. (lowercase) any extended period of leave from one's customary work, especially for rest, to acquire new skills or training, etc.
  3. any sabbatical period
  4. short for sabbatical year

dictionary.com

Sabbatic

adjective

  1. : of or relating to a sabbatical year
  2. : of or relating to the sabbath sabbatical laws

merriam-webster.com

Sabbatic

noun

  1. : sabbatical year sense 2
  2. : leave sense 1b
  3. : a break or change from a normal routine (as of employment)

merriam-webster.com

Example sentences for Sabbatic

  1. From all this it is clear that the Sabbatic goat must have had some connexion with the East.
  2. Indeed, in many languages the seventh day is called by a name which indicates its sabbatic character.
  3. The street, in the Sabbatic sunshine, was as calm as at midnight.
  4. There must have been a sabbatic air of comfort about the dining-room which was soothing.
  5. They affect both the sabbatic institution itself, and those whose duty it is to remember it.
Subscribe to our updates
79 345 subscribers already with us
Copied!
Check the price
for your project

LOOKUP HISTORY

  • Empty list