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English definition of “seat”

seat

noun [C] (PLACE TO SIT)   /sit/
a piece of furniture or other place for someone to sit : She left her jacket on the back of her seat. I got a seat on the flight to New York. Please take a seat (= sit down). A seat is a part of something on which a person sits : a bicycle seat There’s a piece of gum stuck under the seat of the chair . He stood up and brushed the sand off the seat of his pants .
(Definition of seat noun (PLACE TO SIT) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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