Traducción de desk-bound en Español:

desk-bound

sedentario, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛskˌbaʊnd/

adjetivo

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    sedentario
    • ‘We encourage far too many young people to aspire to desk-bound and managerial careers,’ he said.
    • Unfortunately, I'm going to be desk-bound for most of it.
    • He said only 229 were desk-bound under a new agreement.
    • Things started to tidy up by lunchtime, so I walked another 30 minutes back to the station, rode a still-delayed train to work and put in the usual afternoon's quota of desk-bound confinement.
    • At the same time, an active hunting lifestyle is gradually being replaced by sedentary habits, including desk-bound employment.
    • Imagine her frustration, though, as, desk-bound, she watched Lawrence make his famous forays into the desert - all done on her advice.
    • The Government was trying to reduce the time police spent desk-bound, he said, and by next spring the numbers of officers should be up to 130,000.
    • I fear I have years of this ahead of me, as I can't see my career moving away from the desk-bound realm any time soon.
    • More people than ever are swapping their desk-bound jobs for a vocation that enables them to be hands-on, use their brain and be in charge of their own destiny.
    • They believe face-to-face contact is what encourages bright ideas at work, but desk-bound staff no longer talk the way they used to.
    • Operational job losses will be limited to 64 by putting desk-bound staff ‘back on the pumps’.
    • This list of office slang may come in handy for all you desk-bound folks.
    • But union leaders are angry that instead of recalling staff who are off duty to man the cars, or using desk-bound officers, management are taking firefighters off engines.
    • Today he said desk-bound senior ranking officers had also embraced the idea of taking to the streets regularly each month.
    • Eating them while leading a desk-bound or sofa-dominated life now appears even less useful.
    • That's his euphemism for the paunch so characteristic of many middle-aged, desk-bound executives.
    • The increasing burden of legislation, designed by well meaning but desk-bound bureaucrats, ensured that only the very large could survive, unless they found a niche.
    • But she soon gave up her desk-bound job for a life on the ocean waves.
    • But the Army medical panel told him that the desk-bound nature of his job as a supply controller meant that he could rely on a further ten years of service.
    • Now, the computer signals a warning to all desk-bound individuals.