ditch day

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ditch (deliberately not attend classes).

Noun[edit]

ditch day (plural ditch days)

  1. (US) A day on which a group of students, generally the senior class, leaves the campus and its responsibilities for a day.

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