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seat beltnoun [C]

(also seatbelt,  /ˈsit ˌbelt/ )
a strap in a vehicle or aircraft that fastens around you, holding you in your seat to reduce the risk of injury in an accident
(Definition of seat belt from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “seat belt”
in Arabic حِزام الأمان…
in Korean 안전 벨트…
in Portuguese cinto de segurança…
in Catalan cinturó de seguretat…
in Japanese シートベルト…
in Chinese (Simplified) (坐椅)安全带…
in Turkish emniyet kemeri…
in Russian ремень безопасности…
in Chinese (Traditional) (坐椅)安全帶…
in Italian cintura di sicurezza…
in Polish pas (bezpieczeństwa)…
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