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pillionnoun [C]

uk   /ˈpɪl.i.ən/  us   /-jən/ UK
a seat or place behind the person riding a motorcycle where a passenger can sit: a pillion seat/passenger
pillion
adverb uk   us  
You get a bit uncomfortable after riding pillion for a couple of hours.
Translations of “pillion”
in Vietnamese yên sau môtô, xe đạp…
in Spanish asiento de atrás, asiento trasero…
in Thai เบาะนั่งซ้อนท้าย…
in Malaysian tempat duduk pembonceng…
in French siège arrière, de derrière…
in German der Soziussitz, Sozius-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 摩托車後座…
in Indonesian boncengan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摩托车后座…
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