Recent Examples of gap year from the Web
Unhappy with where his future was headed, Ha took a gap year to teach kindergarten in Korea.
She is headed to Barnard College in 2018 after taking a gap year.
The Canadian native was fulfilling his dream of traveling the world while taking a gap year before starting medical school at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia next fall.
After graduating high school in Minnesota, Schmidt took a gap year to play a season of junior hockey in hopes of landing a Division-I scholarship in that sport.
Malia started her undergraduate career at Harvard University after a taking a gap year following her high school graduation.
The Chinese-American college student recounted his adventures while taking a gap year.
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GAP YEAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gap year for English Language Learners
: a year that you spend traveling, working, etc., before continuing your studies
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