When you don’t feel well enough to go into the office to work, and you need to let them know, you might say, “I’ll __________.”
This question is new; it was not asked in the 1965–70 survey.
|CALL IN SICK||13|
|“BE OUT OF THE OFFICE, SICK”||1|
|“BE OUT, SICK”||1|
|CALL IN TO WORK||1|
|TAKE A SICK DAY||1|
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