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Meaning of “sedentary” - Learner’s Dictionary

sedentary

adjective     /ˈsedəntəri/
spending a lot of time sitting down or not being active: a sedentary job/lifestyle Sitting and standingPassive and not workingImmobility
Translations of “sedentary”
in Vietnamese ngồi nhiều…
in Spanish sedentario…
in Thai นั่ง…
in Malaysian banyak duduk…
in French sédentaire…
in German sitzend…
in Chinese (Traditional) 缺乏運動的,少活動的…
in Indonesian di belakang meja…
in Russian сидячий, малоподвижный…
in Turkish hareketsiz, durgun, oturarak zaman geçiren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缺乏锻炼的,少活动的…
in Polish siedzący…
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