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get out of that armchair

[get 'aut ..v TH..t 'a:(r)m tSe..(r)] = /get ˈaʊt əv ðət ˈɑːʳmtʃeəʳ/
  1. When you tell somebody to get out of that armchair, you’re telling them to start working now. When you say that, you humorously suggest that they are doing nothing, although it may not be true.
    Get out of that armchair and start doing something to improve your life!