Translation of pastime in Spanish:


pasatiempo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpæsˌtaɪm/ /ˈpɑːstʌɪm/

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    pasatiempo masculine
    • Gone is the person who would engage in a sport or activity as a pastime rather than a profession.
    • You are likely to indulge in happy pastimes and pleasurable activity.
    • Swimming is a national pastime, and the pools in every city are packed with swimmers.
    • So what is happening to the game of baseball, one of America's favorite pastimes?
    • Aesthetic pursuits, sporty activity and creative pastimes are rejuvenating.
    • Take a break and relax by indulging in happy pastimes and sporty activity.
    • Solo football and individual cricket never took off as national pastimes either.
    • You could make new friends and discover an interesting pastime for the Winter.
    • He single-handedly took sailing from a gentle pastime into an athletic sport.
    • Football, cricket and tennis were pastimes; the contest with the quarry was a way of life.
    • Elk hunting is a national pastime in the country, and there is around one elk for every 30 people.
    • The game is so simple that many pubs stage it simply as an informal pastime rather than as a competitive game.
    • Sport to me is a pastime or activity where all of the people or animals enjoy the activity.
    • One of his favourite pastimes was a spot of fishing on the River Suck near his home.
    • Target shooting is one of my favourite pastimes - as long as the target is not a living thing.
    • Baseball has been the national pastime in America for a hundred years or more.
    • Start with common hobbies or pastimes and delve just a bit deeper by asking about values and goals.
    • Adults enjoyed many games and pastimes as we know from pictorial, literary and archaeological sources.
    • What differentiates literature from other human activities or pastimes?
    • One of her favourite pastimes was walking and she came into contact with many residents in the Hillview area who came to know her well.