Spanish Word for armchair  

English Word: armchair

Spanish Word: la butaca
The Spanish Word for armchair
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Translated sentences containing 'armchair'
Grandfather is sleeping in the armchair.
El abuelo está durmiendo en el sillón.
The ash tray is in between the armchair and the lamp.
El cenicero está entre el sillón y la lámpara.
Don't sit in the armchair.
No te sientes en el sillón.

It is a cheap form of armchair socialism.
Es una forma barata de socialismo de salón.
(Heckling: But no armchair tactics, please!)
(Exclamación: ¡Pero sin consignas de tertulia si es posible!)
Madam President, well, we do seem to have a lot of armchair generals in the House this afternoon!
por escrito. - Señora Presidenta, parece que esta tarde tenemos en la Cámara muchos generales de sillón.
To state that we must further pull down European dairy policy without considering the effects is evidence of armchair socialism.
Decir que tenemos que desmantelar más aún la política láctea europea sin considerar los efectos es una muestra de socialismo de salón.
In the end, you have to decide whether you want to have European solidarity or whether you want to give in to armchair politics.
Al final, tienes que decidir si quieres tener solidaridad europea o si quieres ceder ante la política de salón.
Armchair manifestos are largely absurd descriptions of social reality and will be completely unrecognisable to Europe' s enormous army of unemployed and socially excluded.
Los mensajes de estas abstracciones de escritorio son en gran medida una absurda descripción de la realidad social y esta descripción será completamente irreconocible para el enorme ejército europeo de desempleados y excluidos socialmente.
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