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Definitions of seat:

part of speech: verb transitive

To place on a chair, etc.; cause to sit down; establish; place in any site or position; to furnish with seats; to renew or restore the seat of.

part of speech: verb transitive

To place on a seat: to cause to sit down: to place in any situation, site, etc.: to establish: to fix: to assign a seat to.

part of speech: noun

That on which or in which one sits; chair; residence; regular place of sitting; the right to sit; as, a seat in church; the place where anything is settled or established; as, the seat of the trouble.

part of speech: noun

A thing for sitting or resting on, as a chair, a bench, or a stool; a place at table; a post of authority; situation or position; site; a residence; a mansion.

part of speech: verb

To cause to sit down; to place in a seat; to settle; to fix; to fit up with seats; to assign seats to.

part of speech: noun

That on which one sits: a chair, bench, etc.: the place where one sits: site: a place where anything is established: post of authority: station: abode: a mansion.

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