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seat US English

A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool

seat US Thesaurus

a wooden seat

back seat US English

A seat at the back of a vehicle

box seat US English

A seat in a box in a theater or sports stadium

hot seat US English

The position of a person who carries full responsibility for something, including facing criticism or being answerable for decisions or actions

jump seat US English

An extra seat, especially in a car or taxicab, that folds back when not in use

love seat US English

A small sofa for two people, in the past designed in an S-shape so that the couple could face each other

safe seat US English

A legislative seat that is likely to be retained with a large majority in an election

seat belt US English

A belt or strap securing a person to prevent injury, especially in a vehicle or aircraft

banana seat US English

A narrow, elongated bicycle seat that curves up toward the rear

bench seat US English

A seat across the whole width of a car

bucket seat US English

A seat in a car or aircraft with a rounded back to fit one person

county seat US English

The town that is the governmental center of a county

rumble seat US English

An uncovered folding seat in the rear of an automobile

window seat US English

A seat below a window, especially one in a bay or alcove

booster seat US English

An extra seat or cushion placed on an existing seat for a small child to sit on

country seat US English

A large country house and estate belonging to an aristocratic family

ejection seat US English

A device that causes the ejection of a pilot from an aircraft, used in an emergency

sliding seat US English

A seat able to slide back and forth on runners, especially one in a racing rowboat used to adjust the length of a stroke

judgement seat US English

A judge’s seat; a tribunal

take one's seat US English

Sit down, typically in a seat assigned to one

take a back seat US English

Take or be given a less important position or role

in the catbird seat US English

In a superior or advantageous position

in the driver's seat US English

In control of or dominating a situation

on the edge of one's seat US English

Very excited and giving one’s full attention to something

by the seat of one's pants US English

By instinct rather than logic or knowledge

ringside US English

An advantageous position from which to observe or monitor something

fly by the seat of one's pants US English

Rely on instinct rather than logic or knowledge

reseat US English

Cause (someone) to sit down again after they have risen

take one's seat in seat US English

Sit down, typically in a seat assigned to one

take a back seat in back seat US English

Take or be given a less important position or role

in the catbird seat in catbird US English

In a superior or advantageous position

in the driver's seat in driver US English

In control of or dominating a situation

backseat driver US English

A passenger in a car who gives the driver unwanted advice

on the edge of one's seat in edge US English

Very excited and giving one’s full attention to something

by the seat of one's pants in seat US English

By instinct rather than logic or knowledge

fly by the seat of one's pants in pants US English

Rely on instinct rather than logic or knowledge

fly or drive by the seat of one's pants in pants US English

Rely on instinct rather than logic or knowledge


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