Translation of leisure in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈliːʒər; ˈleʒə(r)/


  • u people nowadays have more leisure actualmente la gente dispone de or tiene más tiempo libre to live o lead a life of leisure llevar una vida de ocio to have the leisure to + inf disponer* de tiempo para + inf now I'm a gentleman/lady of leisure [humorístico/humorous] ahora me doy la gran vida read it at your leisure léalo cuando le venga bien (before n) [activity] de tiempo libre leisure center (AmE) centro (m) recreativo leisure centre (BrE) centro (m) deportivo, polideportivo (m) leisure industry industria (f) del ocio or entretenimiento leisure pursuits pasatiempos (mpl) leisure time tiempo (m) libre, ratos (mpl) libres leisure wear ropa (f) deportiva
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    • Making room for relaxation and enjoyment of leisure activities is vital for all of us.
    • Campaigning youngsters are demanding more leisure activities and increased police patrols in the borough to clamp down on rowdy youths.
    • I take enjoyment and satisfaction from my work, my family and leisure activities.

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