Vacationer

/veɪˈkeɪʃnə/

Origin

1350–1400; < Latin vacātiōn- (stem of vacātiō freedom from something; see vacate, -ion); replacing Middle English vacacioun < Anglo-French (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Vacationer

Vacationer

noun

  1. a period of suspension of work, study, or other activity, usually used for rest, recreation, or travel; recess or holiday:
  2. a part of the year, regularly set aside, when normal activities of law courts, legislatures, etc., are suspended.
  3. freedom or release from duty, business, or activity.
  4. an act or instance of vacating.
  5. US and Canadian a person taking a vacationAlso called: (esp Brit) holiday-maker
  6. mainly British a period of the year when the law courts or universities are closed
  7. mainly US and Canadian a period in which a break is taken from work or studies for rest, travel, or recreationAlso called (in Britain and certain other countries) holiday
  8. the act of departing from or abandoning property, etc

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Vacationer

verb (used without object)

  1. to take or have a vacation:

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Vacationer

verb

  1. (intr) US and Canadian to take a vacation; holiday

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Vacationer

noun

  1. A person on holiday away from home; a holidaymaker.

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Vacationer

noun

  1. : a period spent away from home or business in travel or recreation had a restful vacation at the beach
  2. : a scheduled period during which activity (as of a court or school) is suspended
  3. : a period of exemption from work granted to an employee
  4. : a respite or a time of respite from something : intermission
  5. : an act or an instance of vacating

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Vacationer

verb

  1. : to take or spend a vacation vacationed at the shore

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Example sentences for Vacationer

  1. If it was, it would reveal instantly that he was an officer, and not the vacationer that the sheriff had pictured him to be.

Related words & Synonyms

customer, patron, visitor, caller, companion, inmate, client, recipient, tenant, sightseer, wayfarer, traveler, voyager, tourer, globetrotter, lodger, transient, boarder, frequenter, mate

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