downtime

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downtime

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [week, month] of downtime
  2. [two] hours of downtime
  3. [database, network, system, internet] downtime
  4. [operations, plant, production, work] downtime
  5. downtime for [maintenance, repairs, system updates]
  6. downtime [due, owing] to (yearly) [maintenance]
  7. downtime is expected to [last, go on] until
  8. downtime will affect all [users, regions, employees]
  9. downtime will be from [04:00] to [08:00]
  10. need a few [days] of downtime
  11. need some downtime to [rest, get away, relax, unwind]
  12. wish I had more downtime
  13. [don't have, never get] any downtime right now
  14. will have some downtime in [August, December]
  15. am taking some downtime from my [work, duties, studies]
n as adj
  1. the downtime [date, length, duration]
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