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chair British & World English

A separate seat for one person, typically with a back and four legs

chair English Thesaurus

he sat down on a chair

the chair in chair British & World English

short for electric chair.

chair car British & World English

A railway carriage with adjustable seats in pairs either side of a central gangway

co-chair British & World English

A person who chairs a meeting jointly with another or others

tub chair British & World English

A chair with solid arms continuous with a semicircular back

bath chair British & World English

A kind of wheelchair for invalids, typically with a hood

cane chair British & World English

A chair with a seat made of woven cane strips

club chair British & World English

A thickly upholstered armchair of the type often found in clubs

easy chair British & World English

A large, comfortable chair, typically an armchair

high chair British & World English

A chair with long legs for a baby or small child, fitted with a tray that is used like a table at mealtimes

lawn chair British & World English

A folding chair for use out of doors

quad chair British & World English

A chairlift with seats for four people at a time

side chair British & World English

An upright wooden chair without arms

wing chair British & World English

A high-backed armchair with side pieces projecting from the back

Morris chair British & World English

A type of easy chair with open padded arms and an adjustable back

rocking chair British & World English

A chair mounted on rockers or springs, which can rock back and forth

swivel chair British & World English

A chair with a seat able to be turned on its base to face in any direction

Windsor chair British & World English

A wooden dining chair with a semicircular back supported by upright rods

Barcelona chair British & World English

An armless chair with a curved metal frame and padded leather cushions

captain's chair British & World English

A wooden chair with a back that curves round to form armrests

director's chair British & World English

A folding armchair with crossed legs and a canvas seat and back piece

electric chair British & World English

A chair in which convicted criminals are executed by electrocution, especially in parts of the US

fighting chair British & World English

A fixed chair on a boat used by a person trying to catch large fish

squatter's chair British & World English

An outdoor reclining chair of wood and canvas with leg rests

straight chair British & World English

A straight-backed side chair

Adirondack chair British & World English

An armchair constructed from wide wooden slats, for outdoor use

boatswain's chair British & World English

A seat suspended from ropes, used for work on the body or masts of a ship or the face of a building

take the chair British & World English

Act as chairperson

armchair British & World English

A large, comfortable chair with side supports for a person’s arms

chairlift British & World English

A series of chairs hung from a moving cable, used for carrying people up and down a mountain

deckchair British & World English

A folding chair of wood and canvas, typically used by the sea or on the deck of passenger ships

sedan British & World English

An enclosed chair for conveying one person, carried between horizontal poles by two porters

sedan chair in sedan British & World English

An enclosed chair for conveying one person, carried between horizontal poles by two porters

sugan chair in sugan British & World English

A chair with a seat made from woven straw ropes

ladder-back British & World English

An upright chair with a back resembling a ladder

ladder-back chair in ladder-back British & World English

An upright chair with a back resembling a ladder


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