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soapbox
American English: /ˈsoʊpˌbɑks/
British English: /ˈsəʊpbɒks/

Translation of soapbox in Spanish:

noun

  • (cajón que sirve de tarima a un orador callejero)
    he's on his soapbox again
    ya está otra vez pontificando
    to get up on one's soapbox
    ponerse a pontificar
    to get down off one's soapbox
    dejar de pontificar
    Example sentences
    • They served to link isolated communities and provide a voice and soapbox for the voiceless.
    • If not, what does it take to convince you that you're providing a soapbox to an unstable lunatic?
    • In short, this law will provide a soapbox for extremists of all types.

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