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There’s a 30-day term, and I need to account for 2 days off by extending the term to 32 days. Can use the term like this?:

Term: 01/01/19 – 01/02/19 (2 uncounted days on 01/05/19 and 01/13/19)

  • A 2-day off doesn't sound right. It should be a 2-day-off period or just 2 days off. – Jason Bassford Mar 21 at 17:47
  • You’re right. I’ll edit my question. – user67265 Mar 21 at 23:23
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Your context isn't clear, but I don't think "uncounted" is suitable because it can mean that you have omitted, or neglected to count them.

A better term might be excluded, as this makes clear that you have accounted for them and declared that they are not part of the term.

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    Yes, that’s what I mean: The days are not part of the term. – user67265 Mar 21 at 9:44

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