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  • bench-warmer — 1892, baseball slang; see BENCH (Cf. bench). The days for bench warmers with salaries are also past. [ New York Sporting News, Jan. 9, 1892] O.E. had bencsittend one who sits on a bench …   Etymology dictionary

  • bench-warmer — benchˈ warmer noun (sport sl) A reserve player • • • Main Entry: ↑bench …   Useful english dictionary

  • bench warmer — n. a ballplayer who spends most of the game on the bench waiting to play; a second rate player. □ You’ l l never be anything but a bench warmer. □ I do what I’m told so I can play every game. I don’t want to be a bench warmer …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • bench warmer — n. a player who remains on the bench, usually due to lack of skill. He was a bench warmer and never played in a single game …   English slang

  • bench warmer — noun (sports) a substitute who seldom plays • Topics: ↑sport, ↑athletics • Hypernyms: ↑substitute, ↑reserve, ↑second stringer * * * noun : one that sits on a …   Useful english dictionary

  • bench warmer — See: WARM THE BENCH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bench warmer — See: WARM THE BENCH …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bench\ warmer — See: warm the bench …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bench warmer — /ˈbɛntʃ wɔmə/ (say bench wawmuh) noun 1. Sport Colloquial a reserve who does not take part in many games. 2. a person who does not take an active role in an organisation but allows others to take the lead …   Australian English dictionary

  • bench-warmer — noun (colloquial) A player who rarely or never gets to play in the matches, and is most often a substitute …   Wiktionary

  • Bench warmer — sport: reserve in a team who does not get many games …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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