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SYNO leisure | leisure time
свободное время {с}leisure time
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Translation for 'leisure time' from English to Russian

leisure time
свободное время {с}
Usage Examples English
  • Beyond the basics, the Romans did not value natural philosophy and considered it an amusement for leisure time.
  • Children have been an important group of hobbyists because they are enthusiastic for collecting, making and exploring, in addition to this they have the leisure time that allows them to pursue those hobbies.
  • Silat pulut is held during leisure time, the completion of silat instruction, official events, weddings or festivals where it is accompanied by the rhythm of "gendang silat" (silat drums) or "tanji silat baku" (traditional silat music).
  • Nickelodeons drastically altered film exhibition practices and the leisure-time habits of a large segment of the American public.
  • Portsmouth's Spock Community Dog Park, named after a K9 who died protecting his partner, was implemented in 2019 and is a recreational dog park that gives the community a place walk their dog and have leisure time.
  • Sociologist Andrew Holden indicated they are highly selective in choosing with whom they spend leisure time, generally choosing the company of other Witnesses.
  • In his leisure time, Eric was a keen birdwatcher, and the statue of him at Morecambe shows him wearing his binoculars.
  • Prior to the 19th century, the lack of efficient carving tools, along with sufficient wealth and leisure time to devote to the craft, delayed the development of elaborately carved, freestanding poles.
  • In these finding, the importance of leisure time and the potential to retire early was emphasized over career ambitions.
  • A Danish study in 2000 found that even after adjustment for other risk factors, including leisure time physical activity, those who did not cycle to work experienced a 39% higher mortality rate than those who did.
  • but in practice may be enjoying the same amount of television but gaining extra leisure time by not watching advertisements.
  • As a married woman Murasaki would have had servants to run the household and care for her daughter, giving her ample leisure time.
  • Beginning in the late 1950s, television began increasingly to dominate the leisure time of the formerly large and loyal Japanese cinema audience.
  • Having leisure time as he was not in office, he wrote a new novel, "Lothair" (1870).
  • the first European country to promote leisure time to the increasing industrial population.
  • This produced vocal opposition from bodies such as the Keep Sunday Special campaign, and the Lord's Day Observance Society: on religious grounds, on the grounds that it would increase consumerism, and that it would reduce shop assistants' weekend leisure time.
  • In the labour market model, their utility function expresses trade-offs in preference between leisure time and income from time used for labour.
  • with developed societies having greater leisure time, longevity and prosperity.
  • Apart from hunter-gatherers, most pre-modern peoples' time was limited by the need to meet necessities such as food and shelter through subsistence farming; leisure time was scarce.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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