Translation of vicarious in Spanish:

vicarious

Pronunciation: /vɪˈkeriəs; vɪˈkeəriəs/

adjective/adjetivo

  • indirecto he gets a vicarious pleasure from it indirectamente le proporciona placer
    More example sentences
    • Yet, curiously, it is a secondary, indirect, and vicarious experience.
    • Empathy and familiarity with someone gives rise to a vicarious capacity to experience his responses, a kind of second nature.
    • But you can give your mates a good time they could not possibly have had before, and that gives you vicarious pleasure.

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