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Translation of "hobby" - English-Spanish dictionary

hobby

noun /ˈhobi/ ( plural hobbies)
something a person enjoys doing (usually frequently) in his/her spare time and not for pay
pasatiempo
Stamp-collecting is a popular hobby.
hobby-horse noun ( also hobbyhorse) a stick with a wooden horse’s head or a rocking horse as a child’s toy.
caballito de madera, caballito mecedor
one’s favourite topic, idea or project
pasatiempo favorito; tema favorito
He was boring us with his old hobby-horse about how useless all politicians are.
Translations of “hobby”
in Arabic هِواية…
in Korean 취미…
in Malaysian hobi…
in French passe-temps…
in Turkish merak, uğraşı, düşkü…
in Italian hobby…
in Chinese (Traditional) 業餘愛好,嗜好…
in Russian хобби…
in Polish hobby…
in Vietnamese sở thích…
in Portuguese hobby, atividade de lazer…
in Thai งานอดิเรก…
in German das Hobby…
in Catalan afició…
in Japanese 趣味…
in Indonesian hobi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 业余爱好,嗜好…
(Definition of hobby from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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