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French-English Translation of
furlough American

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furlough - American and/or general use  
by climatepatrol (CH), Last modified: 2015-11-20, 09:06  like dislike  Spam?  
Furlough or "on furlough" is currently an unapproved dict suggestion for EN<>FR.
- furlough: I noticed there is a distinction in the online dictionaries between the American and the general use:
The monolingual "oxforddictionaries" summes it up like this:
British and world English - furlough: Leave of absence, especially that granted to a member of the services or a missionary: a civil servant home on furlough [count noun]: a six-week furlough in Australia.
In my opinion this can be translated into French as: "permission""http://enfr.contribute.dict.cc/?action=show-history&id=1291398 . The other entry "to be on furlough" = "être en permission" is also based on this. However, nitram sees both as American English.
I suggested another entry, but this time with American tag. http://enfr.contribute.dict.cc/?action=show-history&id=1291400
This one is based on "1.1 US A temporary release of a convict from prison: a system that allowed murderers to leave prison for weekend furloughs" here:  http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/american_english/furlo... . The translation into French is "permission de sortie".

Question: Is the "Am-tag" correct or is it well understood in general English as a historical fact in the US?

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