Entry from British & World English dictionary
A large establishment (or group of establishments) that provides facilities for a wide range of entertainment, exercise, and sport.
- What we need is a leisure complex, swimming pool and youth club combined.
- He wants to develop the estate as a leisure complex, transforming the castle into a luxury hotel, with part of the estate to be turned into a golf course.
- A derelict factory site should be transformed into a leisure complex and new civic centre, the town's Mayor has claimed.
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