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I need a single word for that. Please it’s very important.

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At universities, professors will go on sabbatical:

[Merriam-Webster]

3 : a break or change from a normal routine (as of employment)

Typically, this lasts for a year, after which they return to their normal teaching duties.


In more general terms, you can also simply say that somebody is on leave:

[Merriam Webster]

1 b : authorized especially extended absence from duty or employment


However, there is no single word adjective for this that I know of. The closest expression is off duty, but that can be a regular (daily) occurrence rather than a longer absence.

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