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Leave time with pay granted to a teacher or professor after serving for six or seven years on the same faculty. Its purpose is to give an extended period of time for concentrated study.

A sabbatical year is a prolonged hiatus, typically one year, in the career of an otherwise successful individual taken in order to fulfill some dream, e.g. writing a book or travelling extensively. Some universities and other institutional employers of scientists, physicians, and/or academics offer a paid sabbatical as an employee benefit
I need a sabbatical to think over some things and get away from the daily routine.
by Adanedhel June 23, 2005
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Solarpunk is a movement focused on a positive, ecological vision for a future where technology is used for human-centric and ecocentric purposes. It is a literary, artistic and aesthetic sub-genre and is also closely tied to eco-political activism. Solarpunk narratives have a distinctly positive and utopian foundation in contrast to the often dystopian visions found within other "punk" science fiction genres.
Solarpunk is a literary movement, a hashtag, a flag, and a statement of intent about the future we hope to create.
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The time a businessman spends passed out on the hotel lobby floor after consuming too much alcohol at a business event. A sabbatical is often the result of someone that has Winterized or been sork'd
Joe attended the awards dinner last night and then went on sabbatical.
by Bobby Blackeyes July 12, 2011
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what students who go military schools call it when they are academically suspended
so how long was you sabbatical?
o, you know the usual one semester
realy i know a guy who took a four year sabbatical and became a marine while he was gone
by charlie anne August 24, 2006
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