Translation of lotus-eater in Spanish:


lotófago, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈləʊtəs iːtə//ˈloʊdəs ˌidər/


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    lotófago masculine
    lotófaga feminine
    he's a bit of a lotus-eater es bastante indolente
    • And, in a normal world, this would be an amusing sign of how good we lotus-eaters have it.
    • Ennui would set in, as we sophisticated consumers became modern-day lotus-eaters, hooked on channel surfing and material comforts.
    • Of course, with cable TV bringing into Indian drawing rooms visions of myriad destinations for everyone from lotus-eaters, the culture-buffs, and the backpackers, folks want to do a great deal more than armchair travelling.
    • And look who they're for: not the lotus-eaters, but everyday folk.
    • The other guests were European, and could be loosely categorised as lotus-eaters.