Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Holidays"

Synonyms of "Holidays" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Holidays e Holiday ?
A: In British English, the word holidays is usually used to mean a long vacation, or "vacation". In other cases, it is customary to use holiday. For example: Where are you going for your summer holidays? Next Monday is a public holiday.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Holidays e Vacation ?
A: ゴールデンウィークやお盆休みなどはholidaysです。
Vacation は旅行みたいですね。
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Holidays e Vacation ?
A: holidays: time of the year where you don't need to work for several days

vacation: when you take that time to make a trip/travel
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Holidays e Vacation ?
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Q: Qual é a diferença entre Holidays e Vacation ?
A: Yes, while they can mean the same thing, vacation is, also, a time when one decides to have a holiday, while holiday is the time when one does not decide, but when it is decided on some higher level (national, religious, organizational, etc).

Translations of "Holidays"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? Holidays are an essential part of our life.
Are there any mistakes? 👆
A: I don't see any
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? in the Holidays or on holidays
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Other questions about "Holidays"

Q: Holidays are a wonderful time to spend with friends and family, eating and sharing stories.

I read this sentence on the Internet, why isn’t “to eat and to share stories”
A: Here, "eating and sharing stories" is connected to "spend" - you're spending that time eating and sharing stories with friends and family. The actions aren't being noted individually, but in connection to each other.
Q: Happy Holidays. Thank you for coming to our store the other day. I enjoyed talking to you very much. I've never worked as a sales person before (In fact, I used to be a teacher.) but I started to work at this store because there are a little things that brings you a little happiness in this store. Also I can get to meet an amazing people like you. Just like you made me smile and feel happy, I hope the item you bought from the store is making you happy! soa natural?
A: Happy Holidays. Thank you for coming to our store the other day. I enjoyed talking to you very much. I've never worked as a sales person before (In fact, I used to be a teacher.) but I started to work at this store because there are those little things that bring me happiness within this store. Also I get to meet amazing people like you. Just like you made me smile, I hope the item you bought from the store is making you smile!
Q: in the Holidays or on holidays soa natural?
A: “On Holiday” is mostly used in the UK but it works here. “In the holidays” doesn’t work but “in the holiday season” might! Depends on the context!
Q: Happy Holidays!!
Thank you for helping me always.
I appreciate your kindness.
I hope the New Year brings you many blessings and much love.
soa natural?
A: It's 'Thank you for always helping me.'
Q: Holidays is good. soa natural?
A: Holidays are good.

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