Definition of seating in English:

seating

Syllabification: seat·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈsēdiNG
 
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noun

1The seats with which a building or room is provided: the restaurant has seating for 80
More example sentences
  • But when we finally made it, we found ourselves in a lodge-like wood-panelled room offering seating for about 50 diners.
  • The only seating in the main room of the basement was a single back support pillow, so we took seats on the floor.
  • As limited seating is available, booking is essential.
Synonyms
seats, room, places, chairs, accommodations
2An act or time of providing seats, especially at a restaurant or performance venue: lunch seatings are from 11 am to 12:30 pm only
More example sentences
  • Even the seating of McCain, widely regarded as an outspoken maverick Republican, does little to establish the credibility of the panel.
  • In 1964, Democrats debated the seating of segregated state delegations.
  • Generally, meals on a Nile cruise are served at a specific time, with all passengers being served at a single seating.

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