Furlough - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- grant a leave to
Each employee will have a one-day furlough every month.
...the landscaping company usually has to put most of its personnel on furlough during the extremely slow winter months...
The company will consider furloughing a small number of workers.
Morton stabbed the man while on furlough.
280,000 federal workers have been furloughed.
The prisoner was furloughed for the weekend to visit her children
present participle: furloughing
past tense: furloughed
past participle: furloughed