mini-break

mini-break

n
a short holiday, usually consisting of a weekend or a few days
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A deciding tie-break was required but a drop shot from Novak which hit the net to give Edmund the mini-break and he won 7-6 (7/2) 6-7 (5/7) 7-6 (7/3).
It is the latest stunt for the action man and adventure-loving Russian leader, who is on a mini-break in the Siberian Tyva region.
A mini-break in the tie break was enough to hand him the second set as Kohlschreiber struggled with the Australian's whipped groundstrokes and repeated audacious dropshots.
about Els feeling ab Elsewhere, Todd admits his feelings for vicar Billy, who is about to go on a mini-break with Sean.
However more recently there has been an increase in the number of self drive guests as the hotel's appeal has widened to reflect the mini-break market and increasing appeal of second holidays.
Picking a slightly lesser known location can keep the costs of a mini-break down without sacrificing on culture.
Sunderland's first game back after the mini-break is against Sam Allardyce's old club West Ham on February 27.
After some culture at an underground art gallery, the mini-break duo visit the Tivoli Gardens, the historic amusement park that inspired Disneyland.
Sometimes it can be easier to fit in a mini-break into busy schedules, and this can be just as beneficial as a longer holiday.
WEEKEND ESCAPES WITH WARWICK DAVIS ITV, 8pm The actor continues his mini-break tour of Britain.
When MPs disappeared for their mini-break, colour-coded cards for different outlets were whipped in and now some stamp with beans and others red arrows and they mustn't be mixed.
Time off has been something Time o has been something of a theme this week as we are of a theme this week as we are heading into a mini-break for heading into a mini-break for Easter.