Have a nice winter break

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SoCalMezzo

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English - American
Is there a good way to say (write) to a co-worker "Have a nice winter break!"? It would be referring to the break between semesters at a university. I could say "Buone vacanze", but I've heard that usually refers to summer, or when someone is actually going somewhere. I could say "Buon Natale", but the break also includes most of January, and "Buone vacanze invernali" sounds awkward to me. I would appreciate some help with this. Thank you!
 
  • Uafa81

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    It's more general and it's ok, really.
    If you like, you can write "Ti auguro buone feste e felici vacanze!"

    So, "buone feste" can be referred to the Christmas holidays, while "felici vacanze" could imply the period between the 2 semesters.
     

    SoCalMezzo

    Senior Member
    English - American
    It's more general and it's ok, really.
    If you like, you can write "Ti auguro buone feste e felici vacanze!"

    So, "buone feste" can be referred to the Christmas holidays, while "felici vacanze" could imply the period between the 2 semesters.
    I like that, thanks! Could I also just use "buon Natale" instead of "buone feste" in this sentence?
     
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