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seat belt

n.
A safety strap or harness designed to hold a person securely in a seat, as in a motor vehicle or aircraft. Also called safety belt.
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seat belt

n
1. (Automotive Engineering) Also called: safety belt a belt or strap worn in a vehicle to restrain forward motion in the event of a collision
2. (Aeronautics) a similar belt or strap worn in an aircraft at takeoff and landing and in rough weather
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seat′ belt`


n.
a configuration of straps designed to keep a vehicle passenger firmly secure.
[1945–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seat belt - a safety belt used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accidentseat belt - a safety belt used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accident
car seat - a seat in a car
plane seat - a seat on a commercial airliner
life belt, safety belt, safety harness - belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt
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Translations
حِزام الأمان
bezpečnostní pás
sikkerhedssele
turvavyö
öryggisbelti, sætisól

seat belt

n (Aut, Aer) → cintura di sicurezza
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seat

(siːt) noun
1. something for sitting on. Are there enough seats for everyone?
2. the part of a chair etc on which the body sits. This chair-seat is broken.
3. (the part of a garment covering) the buttocks. I've got a sore seat after all that horse riding; a hole in the seat of his trousers.
4. a place in which a person has a right to sit. two seats for the play; a seat in Parliament; a seat on the board of the company.
5. a place that is the centre of some activity etc. Universities are seats of learning.
verb
1. to cause to sit down. I seated him in the armchair.
2. to have seats for. Our table seats eight.
-seater
having seats for. The bus is a thirty-seater.
ˈseating noun
the supply or arrangement of seats. She arranged the seating for the lecture.
seat belt
in a car, aeroplane etc, a safety-belt which will hold a person in his seat in an accident etc.
take a seat
to sit down. Please take a seat!
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