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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2020
lei•sure /ˈliʒɚ, ˈlɛʒɚ/USA pronunciation   n. [uncountable]
  1. freedom from the demands of work or duty:a life of leisure.
  2. time free from the demands of work or duty:the leisure to pursue hobbies.

adj. 
  1. free or unoccupied:leisure hours.
  2. having leisure;
    not required to work for a living:the leisure class.
  3. designed for entertainment or recreation:video games and other leisure products.
Idioms
  1. Idiomsat leisure: 
    • with free time:Do it when you're at leisure.
    • without haste or pressure;
      slowly:He finished the book at leisure.
  2. Idiomsat one's leisure, when one has free time;
    at one's convenience:Reply at your leisure.


WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2020
lei•sure  (lēzhər, lezhər),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. freedom from the demands of work or duty:She looked forward to retirement and a life of leisure.
  2. time free from the demands of work or duty, when one can rest, enjoy hobbies or sports, etc.:Most evenings he had the leisure in which to follow his interests.
  3. unhurried ease:a work written with leisure and grace.
  4. Idiomsat leisure: 
    • with free or unrestricted time.
    • without haste;
      slowly.
    • out of work;
      unemployed:Because of the failure of the magazine, many experienced editors are now at leisure.
  5. Idiomsat one's leisure, when one has free time;
    at one's convenience:Take this book and read it at your leisure.

adj. 
  1. free or unoccupied:leisure hours.
  2. having leisure:the leisure class.
  3. Clothing(of clothing) suitable to or adapted for wear during leisure;
    casual:a leisure jacket.
  4. designed or intended for recreational use:leisure products like bowling balls and video games.
leisur•a•ble, adj. 
leisure•less, adj. 
  • Old French, noun, nominal use of infinitive Latin licēre to be permitted
  • Middle English leisir 1250–1300

Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
leisure /ˈlɛʒə; US: ˈliːʒər/ n
  1. time or opportunity for ease, relaxation, etc
  2. (as modifier): leisure activities
  3. ease or leisureliness
  4. at leisurehaving free time for ease, relaxation, etc
  5. not occupied or engaged
  6. without hurrying
  7. at one's leisurewhen one has free time
Etymology: 14th Century: from Old French leisir; ultimately from Latin licēre to be allowed
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