benchwarmer

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bench·warm·er

 (bĕnch′wôr′mər)
n. Sports
A substitute player on a team.

benchwarmer

(ˈbɛntʃwɔːmə)
n
(General Sporting Terms) sport informal US a player who is usually on the bench; reserve

bench•warm•er

(ˈbɛntʃˌwɔr mər)

n. Sports.
a substitute who rarely gets to play in a game.
[1890–95]
Translations

benchwarmer

[ˈbentʃˌwɔːməʳ] N (US) (Sport) → calientabanquillos m
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In "Recollection of a High School Benchwarmer," the author focuses on the camaraderie of a group of benchwarmers, their longings to play in the game, and the activities (makeshift bowling) they engage in as they wait.
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With Rooney in midfield, Ferguson paired Michael Owen and Dimitar Berbatov, benchwarmers for most of the season, up front.