Translation: from english

seat back

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  • back — [bæk] verb [transitive] 1. to support someone or something, especially by giving money or using your influence: • The board backed Mr Standley, who plans to cut costs. • Shareholders have backed a plan to build a second plant. 2. FINANCE if …   Financial and business terms

  • seat — seat1 W1S2 [si:t] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(place to sit)¦ 2¦(official position)¦ 3¦(part of a chair)¦ 4 baby/child/car seat 5 seat of government/power 6 seat of learning 7¦(clothes)¦ 8 take a back seat (to somebody/something) 9 on the edge of your seat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Seat belt — This article is about the safety device. For the band, see The Seatbelts. A 3 point seat belt …   Wikipedia

  • seat adjuster — A device which operates manually or electronically to move the position of the seat cushion forward or backward. It may tilt the front or back of the seat cushion up or down and may also move the seat back forward or back even to a reclining… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • back — Synonyms and related words: a priori, a rebours, a reculons, abandon, abet, accented, acknowledgments, advance, advocate, affirm, afford support, aft, after, aftermost, afterpart, afterpiece, again, against the grain, ago, aid, alpenstock,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • back door — Synonyms and related words: French door, afterpart, afterpiece, archway, back, back road, back seat, back side, back stairs, back street, back way, backstairs, barway, behind, bolt hole, breech, bulkhead, by lane, bypass, bypath, byroad, bystreet …   Moby Thesaurus

  • back seat — n 1.) a seat at the back of a car, behind where the driver sits 2.) back seat driver informal a) a passenger in the back of a car who gives unwanted advice to the driver about how to drive b) someone in business or politics who tries to control… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • back seat — noun count a seat behind the driver of a car take a back seat 1. ) to become less important: take a back seat to: Other issues must take a back seat to this crisis. 2. ) to deliberately become less active, and give up trying to control things: I… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • back seat — also back seat, 1832, originally of coaches, from BACK (Cf. back) (adj.) + SEAT (Cf. seat) (n.). Back seat driver first attested 1926 …   Etymology dictionary

  • back seat — UK US noun [countable] [singular back seat plural back seats] a seat behind the driver of a car Thesaurus: internal parts of cars and other road vehiclesmeronym makes of car …   Useful english dictionary

  • back-seat driver — back seat drivers also backseat driver 1) N COUNT (disapproval) If you refer to a passenger in a car as a back seat driver, they annoy you because they constantly give you advice. 2) N COUNT (disapproval) If you refer to someone, especially a… …   English dictionary

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