a change in the magnetic field of a dynamo caused by the magnetic field induced by the current flowing through the armature.
a city in the SW Russian Federation, E of Krasnodar.
- Armchair general
armchair general noun phrase A person who speaks authoritatively but not convincingly on matters where that person lacks practical experience; blowhard, know-it-all
- Armchair quarterbacking
noun See armchair quarterback
- Armchair quarterback
noun a person who offers advice or an opinion on something in which they have no expertise or involvement Examples Super Bowl parties are full of armchair quarterbacks. Word Origin 1940; as a person watching televised sports from an armchair Usage Note also armchair quarterbacking