a leisurely/leisure meal

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jesusguime

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Chinese
As you stroll or enjoy a leisure/leisurely meal by the Sarawak River, which meanders through the town, you can't help but admire the magnificent palace Astana.


Hi,
Do both leisure and leisurely fit in the above and mean about the same? If not, could you tell me the reason in a few words? Thanks.
 
  • spb

    Senior Member
    English
    I've never heard the expression 'a leisure meal', though I suppose it could mean one that is not a business lunch or something.

    A 'leisurely meal', on the other hand, is something people speak about quite a lot. It is an unhurried meal, taken at a leisurely pace so as to enjoy every course to its full. Lovely!
     
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