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- Sabbatic, sabbatic
From Latin sabbaticus, from Ancient Greek ?????????? (sabbatikós) +? -al,
sabbatical (not comparable)
- Relating to the Sabbath / sabbath.
- Relating to a sabbatical.
sabbatical (plural sabbaticals)
- An extended period of leave from a person's usual pursuits.
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From Anglo-Norman and Old French respit (“rest”), from Latin respectus. Doublet of respect.
- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /????spa?t/, IPA(key): /???sp?t/
- (General American) IPA(key): /???sp?t/
respite (countable and uncountable, plural respites)
- A brief interval of rest or relief.
- (law) A reprieve, especially from a sentence of death.
- (law) The delay of appearance at court granted to a jury beyond the proper term.
- (brief interval): hiatus, moratorium, recess; see also Thesaurus:pause
respite (third-person singular simple present respites, present participle respiting, simple past and past participle respited)
- (transitive) To delay or postpone (an event).
- (transitive) To allow (a person) extra time to fulfil some obligation.
- speerit, spreite
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