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Meaning of “seat” - Learner’s Dictionary

seat

noun [C]     /siːt/
SIT
A2 something that you sit on: Please, have/take a seat (= sit down). I've booked three seats for the cinema tonight. the back/front seat of a carChairs and seats
PART
the flat part of a chair, bicycle, etc that you sit onChairs and seats
POLITICS
a position in a parliament or other group that makes official decisions: a seat in parliament a congressional seatPosition and status in groups and organizationsElections
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