settee Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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setteenoun [C]

uk   us   /setˈiː/
UK a ​long, ​softseat for two or more ​people, with a back and usually with ​arms
Synonym
US a ​longseat for more than two ​people that has a back
(Definition of settee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “settee”
in Korean 긴 의자…
in Arabic أريكة…
in Malaysian sofa…
in French canapé…
in Russian диван…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長沙發, 長靠背椅…
in Italian divano, sofà…
in Turkish kanepe…
in Polish sofa…
in Spanish sofá…
in Vietnamese ghế xô pha…
in Portuguese sofá…
in Thai โซฟา…
in German die Ruhebank…
in Catalan sofà…
in Japanese ソファ(二人がけ以上のもの)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长沙发, 长靠背椅…
in Indonesian sofa…
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