vacancy

noun
ADJECTIVE
unfilled
suitable

The agency will let you know if they have any suitable vacancies.

casual, temporary
job, staff (esp. BrE)
office (esp. AmE)

high office vacancy rates and stagnant housing prices

VERB + VACANCY
have
create, leave

Her going on maternity leave will create a temporary vacancy.

fill
VACANCY + VERB
arise (esp. BrE), exist (esp. BrE), occur

A vacancy has arisen in our sales department.

VACANCY + NOUN
rate
PREPOSITION
vacancy for

a vacancy for head chef

vacancy in

a vacancy in the IT department


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