window seat


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window seat

n.
1. A bench built into the opening of a window, as in the recess of a bay window.
2. A seat next to a window, as on a bus or airplane.

window seat

n
1. (Furniture) a seat below a window, esp in a bay window
2. a seat beside a window in a bus, train, etc

win′dow seat`


n.
a seat built beneath the sill of a recessed or other window.
[1745–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.window seat - a bench or similar seat built into a window recesswindow seat - a bench or similar seat built into a window recess
bench - a long seat for more than one person
Translations
místo u okna
vinduesplads
ikkunapaikka
sjedalo pored prozora
ablakülés
窓下の腰掛け
창쪽 좌석
en plats vid fönstret
ที่นั่งใกล้หน้าต่าง
chố ngồi cạnh cửa sổ

window seat

n (in house) panchetta fissa vicino alla finestra; (in train) → posto vicino al finestrino

window seat

مَقْعَدٌ بِجِوَار النَافِذَة místo u okna vinduesplads Fensterplatz θέση δίπλα σε παράθυρο asiento de ventanilla ikkunapaikka place fenêtre sjedalo pored prozora posto vicino al finestrino 窓下の腰掛け 창쪽 좌석 stoel aan het raam vindusplass miejsce przy oknie assento à janela, assento adjunto à janela место у окна en plats vid fönstret ที่นั่งใกล้หน้าต่าง cam kenarı koltuğu chố ngồi cạnh cửa sổ 靠窗座位
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Anne got herself to her room, sat down on her window seat behind the pines, and cried bitterly.
The two girls sat in the window seat, looking out at the lights and the stream of hurrying vehicles in the avenue.
It could be nothing but the violence of the wind penetrating through the divisions of the shutters; and she stepped boldly forward, carelessly humming a tune, to assure herself of its being so, peeped courageously behind each curtain, saw nothing on either low window seat to scare her, and on placing a hand against the shutter, felt the strongest conviction of the wind's force.
He pitched out of the tree, and would have broken his blessed old neck if Arch had not caught him," observed Steve, as he lounged gracefully in the window seat.
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According to the airline, its aircraft are fuel efficient and quiet and configured with no middle seats, ensuring each passenger is given an aisle or window seat, or both.
And with winter fast approaching, where better to enjoy the panorama than curled up on a window seat, in the drawing room or dining room, in front of a roaring fire?
I made a window seat by putting a cushion on top of the cabinet under the window," she says.
Comments: You couldn't get closer to the Pacific than a window seat here.
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This sequence continues down one side until every other window seat is full.