spare time


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spare time - time available for hobbies and other activities that you enjoy
time off - a time period when you are not required to work; "he requested time off to attend his grandmother's funeral"
2.spare time - time that is free from duties or responsibilities
leisure, leisure time - time available for ease and relaxation; "his job left him little leisure"

spare time

noun leisure time, free time, odd moments, time to kill, time on your hands I spend a lot of my spare time watching videos.
Translations
volný čas
fritid
vapaa-aika
slobodno vrijeme
余暇
여가 시간
fritid
เวลาว่าง
thời gian rỗi

spare time

ntempo libero

spare time

وَقْتُ الفَرَاغ volný čas fritid Freizeit ελεύθερος χρόνος tiempo libre vapaa-aika temps libre slobodno vrijeme tempo libero 余暇 여가 시간 vrijetijd fritid wolny czas tempo livre свободное время fritid เวลาว่าง boş zaman thời gian rỗi 业余时间
References in classic literature ?
His lordship could not conveniently spare time enough for the journey to Venice, but he and Lady Montbarry arranged to accompany Mrs.
Johnson seems to spend all his spare time there or aloft at the crosstrees, watching the Ghost cleaving the water under press of sail.
Then, I'll have my spare time for study and for real work.
From that time I became, in an anonymous way, one of the young buccaneers of British Caricature; cruising about here, there and everywhere, at all my intervals of spare time, for any prize in the shape of a subject which it was possible to pick up.
Kit, all bluff and hardened with the cold, went on manfully; and, having enough to do to keep his blood circulating, to picture to himself the happy end of this adventurous journey, and to look about him and be amazed at everything, had little spare time for thinking of discomforts.
Bumble can spare time to step up there, directly, and flog him-- 'cause master's out.
Being idle-handed all day, he began to apply to what he considered the service of the kite some of his spare time, and found a new pleasure--a new object in life--in the old schoolboy game of sending up "runners" to the kite.
Then the Family Guide people must have lots more spare time than I have," retorted Dan contemptuously.
I spend a good deal of my own spare time in walking up and down to meet her.
For a change, one could talk to the station agent; but he was another malcontent; spent all his spare time writing letters to officials requesting a transfer.
I don't have any books to read, and all the spare time I get I run off into the woods; that rests me better than stories," answered Phebe, as she finished one job and began on another.
His spare time he occupied by drawing circles with compass and pencil on a piece of paper.