Significado de “leisure” - en el Diccionario Inglés

leisure en inglés británico

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leisurenoun [ U ]

uk /ˈleʒ.ər/ us /ˈliː.ʒɚ/

B1 the time when you are not working or doing other duties:

leisure activities
Most people only have a limited amount of leisure time.
The town lacks leisure facilities such as a swimming pool or squash courts.

Más ejemplos

  • Swimming pools usually come under 'leisure centres' in the phone directory.
  • I don't have much opportunity for leisure pursuits these days.
  • The leisure industry is booming .
  • You can't have it both ways - you either work longer and get paid more or have more leisure time and get paid less.
  • What do you do in your leisure time?

(Definición de leisure del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

leisure en inglés americano

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leisurenoun [ U ]

us /ˈli·ʒər, ˈleʒ·ər/

the time when you are free from work or other duties and can relax:

She has a limited amount of leisure time.
leisurely
adjective us /ˈli·ʒər·li, ˈleʒ·ər-/

a leisurely stroll on the beach

Modismos

(Definición de leisure del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

leisure en inglés de negocios

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leisurenoun [ U ]

uk /ˈleʒər/ us /ˈliːʒər/

COMMERCE activities people do when they are not working, to relax and enjoy themselves:

Shares in the leisure sector have not performed so well this year.
Hotels, airlines and other firms in the leisure industry may suffer.
leisure activities/pursuits
a leisure complex/development
leisure facilities
at (your) leisure

when you want to and when you have time to:

Developments in technology mean we can now do banking transactions at our leisure.

(Definición de leisure del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)