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Examples of hobby

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Motoring and car maintenance was another hobby enjoyed by twelve haemophiliacs and a few mentioned fishing, bowls and golf.
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The elderly residents may concentrate on things that they are still able and permitted to master - daily routines, hobbies and linguistic rituals.
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The health effects of solitary leisure activities, such as mainly home-based hobbies or watching television, are however inconclusive.
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They specifically referred to personal hobbies, taking up voluntary work, and participating in different activities at centres for elderly people.
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They neglected their homework and had no hobbies.
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People live active lives far beyond retirement; our families, friends, hobbies, and sometimes professional careers, too, continue to make our lives worthwhile.
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College students are able to choose their major fields of study; adults are able to choose their careers and hobbies.
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Gardening, too, was a favourite hobby, but neither swimming nor bicycling were as popular as might be expected.
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On exceptional occasions, questions were asked about the father's hobbies.
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Factors associated with a decreased risk included active participation in organizations and having a hobby.
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Similarly, friends may call or special hobbies may be taken up which will compensate for the loss of stimulation.
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The decrease in hobby activities was only seen among women.
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If a hobby has tangible benefits, such as lower blood pressure or reduced risk of relapse, so much stronger the motivation to do it.
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Do you have any special interests or hobbies?
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The concept of "hobby" presupposes a sharp dividing line between work and recreation.
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Translations of hobby

in Chinese (Traditional)
業餘愛好,嗜好…
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in Chinese (Simplified)
业余爱好,嗜好…
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afición, afición [feminine], pasatiempo [masculine]…
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hobby, atividade de lazer, hobby [masculine]…
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passe-temps [masculine], hobby [masculine], passe-temps…
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hobby [masculine], hobby, fritidsaktivitet…
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хобі, улюблене заняття…
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