The seats with which a building or room is provided
the restaurant has seating for 80
The act of directing people to seats
reservations are only taken for large parties at early seatings
an area that includes places where several people can sit; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
the service of ushering people to their seats
(seat) a space reserved for sitting (as in a theater or on a train or airplane); "he booked their seats in advance"; "he sat in someone else's place"
(seat) show to a seat; assign a seat for; "The host seated me next to Mrs. Smith"
(seat) be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000"
(seat) buttocks: the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on; "he deserves a good kick in the butt"; "are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?"
In live entertainment, there are several possible schemes for the seating assignment of spectators. There are several schemes which are most commonly used, though there are no hardfast rules and alternate or modified schemes are sometimes used as is suitable to the event.
SEAT, S.A. is a Spanish automobile manufacturer founded on May 9, 1950 by the Instituto Nacional de Industria (INI) of Spain, currently a wholly owned subsidiary of the German Volkswagen Group as a member of the now-defunct Audi Brand Group, together with Audi and Lamborghini , and marketed as ...
(Seat (legal)) In strict legal language, the term seat defines the seat of a corporation or organisation as a legal entity, indicating where the headquarters of this entity are located. Decision of December 1, 2006 of the Boards of Appeal of the European Patent Office, Reasons 27. ...
(Seat (territorial-administrative unit)) Seats (sedes, szék, stuhl, scaun) were territorial-administrative units in the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. The seats were autonomous regions within the Kingdom, and were independent from the feudal county system. ...
The provision of chairs or other places for people to sit; A period of time in which a restaurant will seat guests
(seat) The fixed part of a valve. The stem assembly will move up and down against the seat to open and close the valve.
The sliding seat that the rower sits on. The term "seat" also refers to the rowers place in the boat; the convention is to number the seats from bow to stern, i.e. the rower closest to the front of the boat is "1-seat" the next, "2-seat", et c. ...
(seat) Position relative to the dealer: for example, in bridge, the dealer's left-hand opponent is said to be in second seat.
(Seat) A traditional figure of speech for a membership on an exchange.
The actual seat that you sit on.
(Seat) The way one sits and spreads his weight in the saddle to absorb, follow and control the movement of the horse. A good seat allows the rider to stay relaxed, gives him ease and strength to stay on the horse.
(Seat) The part of a valve against which the closure element effects shut-off.
(SEAT) A surface, usually machined, upon which another part rests or seats; for example, the surface upon which a valve face rests.
(SEAT) Anglo American Socio-economic Assessment Toolkit.
(SEAT) In mechanical systems, a term used to describe a specific location or surface on which another part rests and often depends for proper operation, such as a valve seat.
(SEAT) One buys "a seat" on an exchange in order to become an exchange member. SAFEX seats were originally issued at R25 000 and traded as low as R4 000 in 1991. In 1994 seats were changing hands at R175 000.
(SEAT) Refers to both a Member's electorate and place in the House.