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Translation of "pastime" - English-Spanish dictionary

pastime

noun   /ˈpɑːs·taɪm/
an activity that you enjoy doing when you are not working pasatiempo Shopping is one of her favourite pastimesfavorite pastimes.
(Definition of pastime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pastime

noun /ˈpaːstaim/
an occupation which one enjoys and takes part in during one’s spare time; hobby pasatiempo Playing chess is his favourite pastime.
(Definition of pastime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pastime”
in Korean 취미…
in Arabic تَسلِية…
in Malaysian kegiatan masa lapang…
in French passe-temps…
in Russian времяпрепровождение, занятие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消遣,娛樂…
in Italian passatempo…
in Turkish hobi, meşgale, eğlenceli şey…
in Polish rozrywka…
in Vietnamese sự giải trí…
in Portuguese passatempo…
in Thai งานอดิเรก…
in German der Zeitvertreib…
in Catalan passatemps…
in Japanese 娯楽, 趣味, 気晴らし…
in Chinese (Simplified) 消遣,娱乐…
in Indonesian hobi…
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