Sabbatical-leave meaning

Sabbatical leave is defined as a time period in which a person does not report to his regular job but who remains employed with that company.

An example of sabbatical leave is when an archeology professor takes a semester off to go on a dig.

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A period of paid leave from work given periodically for study, travel, etc., originally given to college faculty members so as to allow for independant research, writing, etc.
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