I'm a beginner to Japanese, and I just learned about transivity. I read that the verb 休む is intransitive, and it means "to take a break from." I also read that intransitive verbs cannot take an object, with the exception of location used with motion verbs. How come 休む can be used with を then?
Here is an example sentence I saw:
I was thinking that maybe the "from" part of "to take a break from" is what allows it to use を but I wasn't too confident in that since it's supposed to be an intransitive verb. Is it some kind of exception, or something I may not have learned about yet? Clarification on the verb and definition and any misconceptions would be greatly appreciated.