furlough

[n] - a temporary leave of absence from military duty 2. [v] - dismiss, usually for economic reasons 3. [v] - grant a leave to
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Furlough

Fur'lough noun [ Prob. from Dutch verlof , from a prefix akin to English for + the root of English lief , and akin to Danish forlov , Swedish förlof , German verlaub permission. See Life , adjective ] (Mil.) Leave of a...
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Furlough

Fur'lough transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Furloughed ; present participle & verbal noun Furloughing .] (Mil.) To furnish with a furlough; to grant leave of absence to, as to an officer or soldier.
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furlough

lay off verb dismiss, usually for economic reasons; `She was laid off together with hundreds of other workers when the company downsized`
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Furlough

• (a.) Leave of abserice; especially, leave given to an offcer or soldier to be absent from service for a certain time; also, the document granting leave of absence. • (v. t.) To furnish with a furlough; to grant leave of absence to, as to an offcer or soldier.
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Furlough

Furlough is a military term signifying leave of absence given by the commanding officer to an officer or soldier under his command.
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Furlough

In the United States, a furlough (oʊ; from verlof, `leave of absence`) is a temporary leave of some employees due to special needs of a company, which may be due to economic conditions at the specific employer or in the economy as a whole. These involuntary furloughs may be short or long term, and many of those affected may seek other temporary.....
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furlough

a temporary leave of absence from military duty
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