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be absent (from)

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  • absent — UK US /ˈæbsənt/ adjective ► HR not at work or at the place where you are expected to be: absent from sth »Anna s been absent from work for four days with flu. ► not existing in a particular place: absent from sth »Any mention of prices is… …   Financial and business terms

  • absent without leave — ab·sent with·out leave: absent from one s place of duty in the armed forces without authority Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. absent without leave …   Law dictionary

  • absent without leave — n. Mil. absent from duty without official permission but with no intention of deserting: abbrev. AWOL …   English World dictionary

  • absent without leave — absent from military duties without authorization, AWOL …   English contemporary dictionary

  • absent — absents, absenting, absented (The adjective and preposition are pronounced [[t]æ̱bs(ə)nt[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]æbse̱nt[/t]].) 1) ADJ: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ from n If someone or something is absent from a place or situation where they …   English dictionary

  • absent — ab|sent1 [ˈæbsənt] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Latin, present participle of abesse, from ab away + esse to be ] 1.) not at work, school, a meeting etc, because you are sick or decide not to go ≠ ↑present absent from ▪ students who …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • absent — ab|sent1 [ æbsənt ] adjective * 1. ) not in the place where you should be or are expected to be: How many of them are absent without permission? absent from: He s been absent from school for three days. a ) FORMAL missing from a place or… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • absent — I adj. absent from (she was absent from school) II v. (D; refl.) to absent from (to absent oneself from a meeting) * * * [ æbs(ə)nt] absent from (she was absent from school) (D; refl.) to absent from (to absent oneself from a meeting) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • absent — I UK [ˈæbs(ə)nt] / US [ˈæbsənt] adjective ** 1) not in the place where you should be or are expected to be How many of them are absent without permission? absent from: He s been absent from school for three days. 2) formal missing from a place or …   English dictionary

  • absent — absentation /ab seuhn tay sheuhn/, n. absenter, n. absentness, n. adj., prep. /ab seuhnt/; v. /ab sent , ab seuhnt/, adj. 1. not in a certain place at a given time; away, missing (opposed to present): absent from class. 2. lacking; nonexistent:… …   Universalium

  • absent — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ remain ADVERB ▪ completely, entirely, quite, totally, wholly …   Collocations dictionary


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