Translation of armchair in Spanish:

armchair

Pronunciation: /ˈɑːrmtʃer; ˈɑːmtʃeə(r)/

n

  • sillón (m), butaca (f); (before n) [critic/revolutionary] de salón, de café; [traveler] de sillón, de butaca
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    • The result is a unique perspective applauded by armchair naturalists in which the stars of the film are also the videographers.
    • What do these armchair counter-terrorists propose that Moscow should have done?
    • Almost all other commentary was grotesque - the work of armchair generals.

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