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Translation of "leisure" - English-Spanish dictionary

leisure

noun [no plural]   /ˈleʒ·ər/
B1 the time when you are not working tiempo libre, ocio Do you have a lot of leisure time?
(Definition of leisure from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

leisure

noun /ˈleʒə, (American) ˈliːʒər/
time which one can spend as one likes, especially when one does not have to work ocio, tiempo libre She leads a life of leisure. (also adjective) Ursula enjoys reading and gardening in her leisure time.
leisurely adjective, adverb
not hurrying; taking plenty of time sin prisa, relajado, pausado She had a leisurely bath.
(Definition of leisure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “leisure”
in Korean 여가…
in Arabic وَقْت الفَراغ…
in Malaysian masa lapang…
in French loisir…
in Russian досуг, свободное время…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空閒,閒暇,休閒…
in Italian tempo libero…
in Turkish boş vakit…
in Polish czas wolny, rekreacja…
in Vietnamese thời gian rỗi…
in Portuguese lazer…
in Thai เวลาว่าง…
in German die Freizeit…
in Catalan lleure…
in Japanese 自由時間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空闲,闲暇,休闲…
in Indonesian waktu senggang…
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