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Translation of "seat" - English-Spanish dictionary

seat

noun /siːt/
something for sitting on asiento Are there enough seats for everyone? the part of a chair etc on which the body sits asiento This chair-seat is broken. (the part of a garment covering) the buttocks culo, trasero I’ve got a sore seat after all that horse riding a hole in the seat of his trousers. a place in which a person has a right to sit plaza two seats for the play a seat in Parliament a seat on the board of the company. a place that is the centre/center of some activity etc sede, centro Universities are seats of learning. -seater suffix having seats for de (…) plazas The bus is a thirty-seater. seating noun the supply or arrangement of seats aforo, cabida She arranged the seating for the lecture. seat belt noun in a car, aeroplane/airplane etc , a safety-belt which will hold a person in his seat in an accident etc cinturón de seguridad Please fasten your seatbelts. take a seat to sit down sentarse, tomar asiento Please take a seat!
(Definition of seat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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