Noun: seating see-ting
Verb: seat seet
- An area that includes places where several people can sit
"there is seating for 40 students in this classroom";
- seats, seating room, seating area
- The service of ushering people to their seats
- A period of time in which a restaurant serves guests
"there are two seatings every evening"
- Show to a seat; assign a seat for
"The host seated me next to Mrs. Smith";
- sit, sit down
- Be able to seat
"The theatre seats 2,000"
- Place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position
"there was a ceremony to seat the president of the Academy";
- induct, invest
- (cabinetwork) put a seat on a chair
- (architecture) provide with seats
"seat a concert hall"
- Place or attach firmly in or on a base
"seat the camera on the tripod"
- Place in or on a seat
"the mother seated the toddler on the high chair"
Derived forms: seatings
Type of: accommodate, admit, elbow room, furnish, hold, instal, install, lay, place, pose, position, provide, put, render, room, service, set, supply, way
Encyclopedia: Seating Seat