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idle

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kill time

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to pass time without working or in avoiding work

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They gave up work, bought boats and top-of-the-range cars, and found themselves free to laze away the days sipping cool drinks under their island's swaying palm trees and splashing in the warm sea.
64pp: Laze away for a week in Lanzarote's Puerto del Carmen this January - seven nights' all-inclusive at the three-star Los Fiscos Aparthotel.
A POPULAR city tea shop has launched a new afternoon tea session to help people laze away their Sundays.
Lanzarote from PS385pp: Laze away a week while staying allinclusive at the four-star Blue Sea Costa Teguise Gardens in Costa Teguise.
Devon Barn from PS287pp: Laze away a week at the five-star Meadowside Barn near South Molton, which sleeps up to four and welcomes dogs.
They're open during the day too, and it's the kind of place you could happily laze away an afternoon browsing the papers and people-watching from the comfort of the big squashy sofas.
STAR BUY Lanzarote from pounds 70pp LAZE away a week self-catering at the three- star Hotel Blue Sea Los Fiscos in Puerto De Carmen with flights from Luton on December 11.
LAZE away a week at the swish beach front five-Star Arrecife Gran Hotel in Arrecife from pounds 471pp.
AUGUST 20-31: Sit back in a deckchair and laze away a few hours in Trafalgar Square, London, watching street theatre and dance in the One Magic Summer Show celebrating the Great British Summer with humour and fun.
pounds 199 LAZE away a long weekend in Lille and get one night free.
Or sup a pint of the black stuff while you laze away the days on the Emerald Isle.
MALTA is perfect for those who like an active holiday as well as those who just prefer to laze away their days on the beach.
By day, our guests can breeze among shops, lunch or laze away the hours in rented boats," said Walt Disney World Co President Al Weiss.