Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
seat /si:t/
  • danh từ
    • ghế; vé chỗ ngồi, chỗ ngồi
      • the seats are comfortable: những ghế này ngồi rất thoải mái
      • to book a seat in a plane: giữ một chỗ đi máy bay
      • to take a seat for Hamlet: mua một vé đi xem Hăm-lét
      • pray take a seat: mời ngồi
    • mặt ghế
    • mông đít
    • đũng quần
    • chỗ nơi
      • the live is the seat of disease: gan là chỗ bị đau
      • the seat of war: chiến trường
    • cơ ngơi, nhà cửa, trang bị
    • địa vị, ghế ngồi
      • he has a seat in the House: ông ta có chân trong nghị viện
    • tư thế ngồi, kiểu ngồi, cách ngồi
      • a firm seat: tư thế ngồi vững
    • trụ sở, trung tâm (văn hoá, công nghiệp)
      • an ancient seat of learning: một trung tâm văn hoá thời cổ
  • ngoại động từ
    • để ngồi, đặt ngồi
      • pray be seated: mời ngồi
    • đủ chỗ ngồi, chứa được
      • this room can seat three hundred: phòng này đủ chỗ cho ba trăm người
    • đặt ghế vào
      • to seat a room for 20: đặt đủ ghế vào trong một căn phòng cho 20 người
    • vá (đũng quần, mặt ghế...)
    • bầu (ai) vào (nghị viện...)
Concise Dictionary
+a space reserved for sitting (as in a theater or on a train or airplane)
+the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
+furniture that is designed for sitting on
+any support where you can sit (especially the part of a chair or bench etc. on which you sit)
+a center of authority (as a city from which authority is exercised)
+the cloth covering for the buttocks
+show to a seat; assign a seat for
+be able to seat
+place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position
+put a seat on a chair
+provide with seats

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 place, chair, bench, sofa, settee, settle, stool, throne:
He found a seat and waited to be called.
2 focus, base, centre, heart, hub, site, capital, cradle, headquarters, fountain-head:
In those days, Paris was the main seat of learning in western Europe. Istanbul was established as the seat of the Turkish empire
3 membership, position, incumbency:
His grandfather held a seat in the House of Commons.
4 bottom, buttocks, posterior(s), rump, hindquarters, fundament, derrière, Colloq behind, butt, backside, rear (end), Brit bum, US fanny, tushie, tush, tokus, hinie, Slang tail, Brit arse, US ass:
He needs a swift kick in the seat to get him to move.
5 abode, residence, home, domicile, estate, mansion:
The duchess used to spend the summer at her country seat in Norfolk.
6 hold, accommodate, have room or space or capacity for, contain, sit:
The new auditorium will seat more than four thousand.
7 install or instal, enthrone, ensconce, instate, invest, establish, place, swear in:
Once Lord Carter has been seated, it will be difficult to get rid of him.

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