What I found is 'day off' means a holiday when you are not working, while 'off day' is the day when you do not work up to the mark. Can anyone put more light on this?
This question appears to be off-topic. On my day off users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Questions that can be answered using commonly-available references are off-topic. Yes, a day off is a holiday for someone or a day that they have taken off:. An off day for someone can mean same as day off, or that they are having a bad day at work:. I believe the existing answers may be a little narrow, so I'll expand here.
These phrases do not need to be confined to lacking presence at work, school, etc.
My upstairs neighbor On my day off on vacation so I have a day off from having to listen to them stomping around. For " off day " to be used as a description of performance, emotion, or wellbeing, it's typically used in a more generic sense, used with "have", or else explicitly stated as pertaining to the speaker.
Christmas and New Years are both on weekends so to meet the required vacation days, they just gave us the whole week off! Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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You mean, "Can anyone shed more light on this? It is perfectly valid to say: BryceWagner but not as likely to say that you are having a day off, so it is an off day. Questions which lack results of research are out of scope. For an introduction to the site, take the Tour. For help writing a good question, see How to Ask.