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seat belt

noun [C] uk   us   (also safety belt)
a belt that fastens around you when you are travelling in a vehicle or aircraft and holds you in your seat, in order to reduce the risk of being injured in an accident: Do you know how to fasten/do up your seat belt? You must wear your seat belt.
Translations of “seat belt”
in Korean 안전 벨트…
in Arabic حِزام الأمان…
in Portuguese cinto de segurança…
in Catalan cinturó de seguretat…
in Japanese シートベルト…
in Italian cintura di sicurezza…
in Chinese (Traditional) (坐椅)安全帶…
in Russian ремень безопасности…
in Turkish emniyet kemeri…
in Chinese (Simplified) (坐椅)安全带…
in Polish pas (bezpieczeństwa)…
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