bucket seat


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bucket seat

n.
A single, usually low seat with a contoured back, typically used in some automobiles.

bucket seat

n
(Automotive Engineering) a seat in a car, aircraft, etc, having curved sides that partially enclose and support the body

buck′et seat′


n.
an individual seat with a contoured back, as in some automobiles, often made to fold forward.
[1905–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bucket seat - a low single seat as in cars or planesbucket seat - a low single seat as in cars or planes
seat - any support where you can sit (especially the part of a chair or bench etc. on which you sit); "he dusted off the seat before sitting down"
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And the cabin is fitted with a TRD driver''s bucket seat, gear shift knob, ignition button and oil pressure and water temperature gauges.
The design features a huge arc of composite Kevlar and carbon fibre that rises up from the top of a curving bucket seat and over the passenger to clip into a state-of-the-art monitor in front.
In the stadium, each and every seat is a bucket seat and therefore, when you go in for bucket seats, there is a 20 percent reduction which happens due to the erection of bucket seats.
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Her pals used to roar around in their massive off-road trucks, guzzling gasoline with their muscular V-8s and fat tires, but most have now switched to the minuscule Suzukis, sandwiching their big frames between its little steering wheel and bucket seat.
McKENZIE BRIDGE - A drill, sofa, bucket seat, and exercise equipment were among the items cleaned from the McKenzie River during the June 28 McKenzie River Annual Cleanup.
That's what I learned to drive on, a tractor like this,'' Thomas said from the bucket seat of the tractor, painted John Deere's trademark gleaming green and yellow.
The captain's chair, in reality, is a souped-up bucket seat from a '67 Porsche.
Since I'm short, it's a pleasure to sit high and not have a backache from a bucket seat.
However, if the government provide even a whiff of good news over the redevelopment of the national stadium, then chief executive Fran Rooney can at least plead his case to FIFA and get the bucket seat agreement