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rec·re·a·tion·al

 (rĕk′rē-ā′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to recreation: recreational swimming.
2. Of or relating to the occasional use of drugs for pleasure or intoxication.

rec′re·a′tion·al·ly adv.

recreational

(ˌrɛkrɪˈeɪʃənəl)
adj
1. of, relating to, or used for recreation: recreational facilities.
2. (Recreational Drugs) (of a drug) taken for pleasure rather than for medical reasons or because of an addiction
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.recreational - of or relating to recreation; "a recreational area with a pool and ball fields"
2.recreational - engaged in as a pastimerecreational - engaged in as a pastime; "an amateur painter"; "gained valuable experience in amateur theatricals"; "recreational golfers"; "reading matter that is both recreational and mentally stimulating"; "unpaid extras in the documentary"
nonprofessional - not professional; not engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or for gain; "the nonprofessional wives of his male colleagues"; "nonprofessional actors"
Translations
إسْتِجمامي
rekreační
fritids-
récréationnel
szórakozási
tómstunda-
rekreačný

recreational

[ˌrekrɪˈeɪʃənəl]
A. ADJ [activity] → recreativo; [drug] → de placer
B. CPD recreational facilities NPLfacilidades fpl de recreo
recreational vehicle N (US) → caravana f or rulota f pequeña

recreational

[ˌrɛkriˈeɪʃənəl] adj [facilities] → de loisirs; [fishing] → de plaisance; [exercise] → pour la détente; [activities] → de loisirsrecreational drug ndrogue f euphorisanterecreational vehicle n (mainly US)camping-car mrecreation area naire f de loisirsrecreation centre (British) recreation center (US) ncentre m de loisirsrecreation ground nterrain m de jeux

recreational

adjFreizeit-; recreational facilitiesFreizeiteinrichtungen pl

recreational

:
recreational drug
recreational sport
recreational vehicle
n (US) → Wohnmobil nt, → Caravan m

recreational

[ˌrɛkrɪˈeɪʃnl] adjricreativo/a

recreation

(rekriˈeiʃən) noun
(a) pleasant activity which one enjoys doing in one's spare time (eg a sport, hobby). I have little time for recreation; amusements and recreations.
ˌrecreˈational adjective
recreation ground
a piece of land for playing sports, games etc on.

recreational

adj recreativo; recreational use of drugs..uso recreativo de drogas
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