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Meaning of “seat” - Learner’s Dictionary

seat

verb     /siːt/
seat yourself in/on/next to, etc
to sit somewhere: I seated myself next to the fire.Sitting and standing
be seated
B2 to be sitting down: The director was seated on his right.Sitting and standing
used to politely ask a group of people to sit down: Would the people at the back please be seated.Sitting and standing
seat 4/12/200, etc
If a building, room, or vehicle seats a particular number of people, that many people can sit in it: The new concert hall seats 1500 people.Including and containingComprising and consisting of
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