Vacation vs. Staycation

Vacation vs. Staycation — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Vacation and Staycation

Vacationnoun

A period of time devoted to pleasure, rest, or relaxation, especially one with pay granted to an employee.

Staycationnoun

A vacation in which one does not travel away from home.

Vacationnoun

A holiday.

Staycationnoun

(informal) A vacation spent at or close to home.

Vacationnoun

A fixed period of holidays, especially one during which a school, court, or business suspends activities.

Staycationnoun

A vacation spent at one's own home without other overnight accommodation.

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Vacationnoun

The act or an instance of vacating.

Staycationnoun

A holiday spent in one's own country without travelling abroad.

Vacationverb

To take or spend a vacation.

Staycationverb

To spend a vacation at or close to home.

Vacationnoun

Freedom from some business or activity.

Staycationverb

To take a holiday in one's own country as opposed to travelling abroad.

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Vacationnoun

(obsolete) Free time given over to a specific purpose; occupation, activity.

Staycationverb

(US) To spend a vacation at one's own home without other overnight accommodation.

Vacationnoun

A period during which official activity or business is formally suspended; an official holiday from university, law courts etc.

Vacationnoun

(North America) A holiday; a stretch of leisure time away from work or duty and devoted to rest or pleasure.

Vacationnoun

The act of vacating something; moving out.

The Conservative Party’s vacation of the centre ground gave an opportunity to its opponents.

Vacationnoun

The act of making legally void.

Vacationverb

(intransitive) To spend or take a vacation.

This year, we’re vacationing in Mexico.

Vacationnoun

leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure;

we get two weeks of vacation every summerwe took a short holiday in Puerto Rico

Vacationnoun

the act of making something legally void

Vacationverb

spend or take a vacation