vacay

IPA: veɪkeɪ

noun

  • (informal, US) A vacation.

verb

  • (intransitive) To vacation (to spend or take a vacation).

Examples of "vacay" in Sentences

  • ... does the word "vacay" need to go away and never return?
  • Ah well, the love birds were on vacay or whatever so … let them enjoy!
  • My checking account has finally cleared a grand right before vacay, which is pretty cool.
  • “Umbrella” singer was spotted cuddling and kissing Major League Baseball outfielder Matt Kemp while on vacay in Mexico over the holiday.
  • After creating 4 massive books (that i am completely in love with by the way), the woman def deserved a vacay from the land of vamps and werewolves.
  • The next time you decide to take a vacay into space probably not for another 50 years unless you're super rich, why stay at the intergalactic equivalent of a HoJo?
  • Cassie’s going to be in vacay mode for the next few days, but before I get out of here, I want to give you a few stories from around the blogosphere and a list of links for the road.
  • The former couple are currently banned from seeing each other for five years by a court order after Chris was found guilty of assaulting Rihanna in February, nonetheless, they young lovers have decided to jet to Acapulco, Mexico on vacay, as the ruling cannot be enforced outside the U.S.
  • As for the last few days on "vacay" in Denver, we spent a considerable amount of time split between shopping in the incredible mall across the street from the hotel and stalking members of the Tampa Bay Lightning who were in town playing the Avalanche and conveniently staying at our hotel, and it is not difficult to see why.

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