at your leisure


at your leisure
когда́ у вас бу́дет свобо́дное вре́мя

The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary.. 2014.

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  • at your leisure — AT YOUR CONVENIENCE, when it suits you, in your own (good) time, without haste, unhurriedly. → leisure * * * at your leisure phrase when you have free time and it is convenient for you Read it at your leisure. Thesaurus: suitable or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • at your leisure — at (your) leisure when you want to or are not busy. Make a video of the program and then you can watch it at your leisure. Understanding what must be done now and what can be done at leisure is an important skill to learn …   New idioms dictionary

  • at your leisure — 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. Main Entry: ↑leisure …   Financial and business terms

  • at your leisure — Form A may be completed at your leisure Syn: at your convenience, when it suits you, in your own (good/sweet) time, without haste, unhurriedly …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • at your leisure — when you have free time and it is convenient for you Read it at your leisure …   English dictionary

  • leisure — lei‧sure [ˈleʒə ǁ ˈliːʒər] noun [uncountable] time when you are not working and can relax and do things you enjoy: • The recession and worries about unemployment have hurt spending on leisure activities. * * * leisure UK US /ˈleʒər/ US  /ˈliːʒər/ …   Financial and business terms

  • leisure — lei|sure W3 [ˈleʒə US ˈli:ʒər] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: leisir, from leisir to be allowed , from Latin licere; LICENSE1] 1.) time when you are not working or studying and can relax and do things you enjoy ▪ Most people now… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • leisure — lei|sure [ liʒər, leʒər ] noun uncount ** 1. ) activities that are relaxing or fun: In the early days of this country, many people had wealth and leisure because of slave labor. a ) only before noun relating to activities you do to relax or enjoy …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • leisure — noun (U) 1 time when you are not working or studying and can relax and do things you enjoy: gardening, sailing, and other leisure pursuits | leisure time: In her leisure time she visits museums and galleries. | the leisure industry (=the business …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • leisure — [ˈleʒə] noun [U] 1) activities that you do in order to relax or enjoy yourself My busy schedule leaves little time for leisure.[/ex] leisure pursuits/activities[/ex] 2) the time when you are not working or are not busy I m looking forward to more …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • leisure — 01. If my kids have too much [leisure] time, they usually get bored very quickly. 02. We took a [leisurely] stroll down to the waterfront after supper. 03. My secretary has typed up the report for you to read at your [leisure]. 04. They arranged… …   Grammatical examples in English

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