seat

listen to the pronunciation of seat
İngilizce - Türkçe
oturtmak
{i} koltuk

Sigara içenlerin arka koltuklarda oturmaları rica edilir. - Smokers are asked to occupy the rear seats.

Boş bir koltuk var mı? - Is there a vacant seat?

oturacak yer

Sandalyenin oturacak yerinin tamir edilmesi gerekiyor. - The seat of the chair needs repairing.

(Otomotiv) oturma yüzeyi
{f} oturağını tamir etmek
{i} sandalye

Afedersiniz, bu sandalye dolu mu? - Excuse me, is this seat taken?

Hepimize yetecek kadar sandalye vardı. - There were enough seats for all of us.

{f} oturt

Tom, Mary John ve Alice masanın etrafına oturtuldular. - Tom, Mary, John and Alice were seated around the table.

Bu kanepeye rahatlıkla üç kişi oturtulabilir. - This sofa can seat three people easily.

{i} kıç
{f} yerine oturtmak
üyelik
borsada üyelik hakkı
oturma yeri
yuvasına oturtmak
yerleştirmek
ata oturuş biçimi
iskemle
merkez
mevki

O çok sorumlulukları olan önemli bir mevkideydi. - He was in the hot seat.

kişilik oturma kapasitesi olmak
yer

Beni yerime götürdüler. - I was ushered to my seat.

Tom sürücünün yerine oturdu ve uzaklaştı. - Tom got into the driver's seat and drove off.

oturacak yer temin etmek
{f} oturma yerini onarmak
(Tıp) Kıç, kıç kaynakları
(Avrupa Birliği) mevki; üyelik; koltuk(parlamento)
{i} tiy., sin. koltuk
yatak
(Askeri) OTURMAK: Bir yatak veya mesnede ya da bir yuvaya, iyice uymak. Bir merminin atım yatağına, bir fişeğin fişek yatağına ve bir tapanın bombaya oturması gibi
{i} oturuş
{f} almak (salon)
{i} oturak
{i} koltuk, mevki, makam, yer: He lost his seat in the
meclis veya borsada üyelik hakkı
{f} kıçını tamir etmek (pantolon)
{i} pantolon kıçı
konut
{i} yuva (valf)
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) makam

Makamına dönmeni istiyorum. - I want you to return to your seat.

mesnet
yuva
salon almak
oturacak
seat adjustment
koltuk ayarı
seat belt
emniyet kemeri

Emniyet kemerini bağla. - Fasten your seat belt.

Emniyet kemerini tak, lütfen. - Fasten your seat belt, please.

seat pillar
(bisiklet) sele mesnedi
seat of discovery
keşif merkezi
seat on
koltuğu
seat tube
(bisiklet) sele borusu
seat-of-the-pants
Hisleri ve tahminleri kullanarak deneme-yanılma yöntemiyle yapılan
seat-of-the-pants
(Havacılık) Pilotların 'popo hissi'
seat angle
supap yuvası açısı
seat assembly
(Otomotiv) koltuk montaj
seat belt
emniyet kemeri [aut.]
seat belt kit
koltuk kemeri kiti
seat cost
(Turizm) koltuk başı maliyet
seat frame
koltuk çerçevesi
seat front
(Otomotiv) koltuk ön
seat gland
(Anatomi) ter bezi
seat modules
(Otomotiv) koltuk modülleri
seat of honor
(Madencilik) başsedir
seat of honor
başköşe
seat oneself
oturmak
seat pack parachute
(Askeri) MİNDER PARAŞÜT: Çantası taşıyanın sırtına asılan ve oturulduğu zaman yastık vazifesi, gören paraşüt
seat pan
koltuk teknesi
seat rail
koltuk rayı
seat rattles
ses yapan koltuklar
seat retainer
koltuk tutucusu
seat ring
koltuk halkası
seat second
(Otomotiv) koltuk ikinci sıra
seat squab
oturma minderi
seat support
koltuk desteği
seal seat
conta yatağı
heel seat lasting
(Ayakkabı) Arka monta
love seat
Karı-koca iki kişi için tasarlanmış koltuk
have a seat
otur
baby seat
bebek koltuğu
bead seat
(Otomotiv) damak oturma yeri
bucket seat
(Otomotiv,Teknik) çanak koltuk
child seat
çocuk koltuğu
complete seat set
(Otomotiv) komple koltuk takımı
fill the seat
(Politika, Siyaset) koltuğu doldurmak
jump seat
(Turizm) açılır kapanır koltuk
jump seat
(Otomotiv) straponten
seat belt
kemer

Emniyet kemerini tak, lütfen. - Fasten your seat belt, please.

Emniyet kemerini bağla. - Fasten your seat belt.

single seat
tekli koltuk
take a back seat
(deyim) kenara çekilmek
take a back seat
(deyim) köşesine çekilmek
valve seat
(Otomotiv) basa
wheel seat
göbek oturma yeri
auxiliary seat
yardımcı koltuk
back seat
arka koltuk

Arka koltukta bir battaniye var. - There's a blanket in the back seat.

Mary arabayı sürerken Tom arka koltukta uyudu. - Tom slept in the back seat while Mary drove.

back seat
ikinci mevki
back-seat driver
sürücüye müdahale eden kişi
ball bearing seat
bilyalı yatak yuvası
bead seat
tırnak yuvası
bicycle seat
bisiklet oturağı
bucket seat
açılır kapanır koltuk
bucket seat
öne yatar koltuk
car seat
araç koltuğu
catapult seat
katapult yuvası
county seat
hükümet merkezi
have a seat
buyrun oturun
have a seat
lütfen oturun
hot seat
çıngılı sandalye
hot seat
pilot fırlatma iskemlesi
hunting seat
av köşkü
judgement seat
mahkeme
judgement seat
hâkim makamı
key seat
kama yatağı
mercy seat
kefaret örtüsü
rear seat
arka koltuk
seating
{f} oturt
seating
oturacak yer
sit in the anxious seat
diken üzerinde oturmak
sliding seat
sürgülü koltuk
spring seat
yay yatağı
spring seat
yay oturağı
take a seat
lütfen oturun
take a seat
otur
take a seat
buyrun oturun
taken a seat
otur
the hot seat
çıngılı sandalye
the hot seat
zor durum
toilet seat
klozet
took a seat
otur
valve seat
supap tablası yatağı
valve seat
supap yuvası
wear a seat belt
emniyet kemeri bağla
window seat
pencere oturağı
worn a seat belt
emniyet kemeri bağla
The hall will seat fifty people
Salon elli kişiliktir
airplane seat
uçak koltuğu
assign a seat
yer/koltuk tahsis etmek
auxiliary seat
muavin koltuğu
bench seat
koltuk
booster seat
yükseltici koltuk
bucket seat
kova koltuk
bucket-seat
kova sandalyeli
donkey seat
hayvanın belinin gerisindeki kısma oturmak
double seat valve
çift yuvalı vana
drive by the seat of one's pants
Tecrübesizlik veya birtakım eksiklikler yüzünden sadece içgüdülerine dayanarak idare etmek
ejection seat
Acil fırlatma koltuğu
fly by the seat of one´s pants
(tecrübesizlik veya birtakım eksiklikler yüzünden) sadece içgüdülerine dayanarak idare etmek
front seat
on koltuk
have a seat
Oturmak,(oturacak) bir yer almak
heated seat
ısıtmalı koltuk
hot seat
pilot fırlatma koltuğu
hot seat
içine düşülmüş, stresli ve eleştiri altında bulunulan durum
hot seat
elektrikli sandalye
is this seat taken
Bu koltuk alınır
lavatory seat
tuvalet koltuk
mercy seat
merhamet koltuk
reclining seat
koltuk uzanmış
save someone's seat
Sinema, tiyatro ve şair yerlerde birinin yerini tutmak
seating
oturtarak
seats
iskemleler
spring seat
yay yatağı, yay oturağı
take a seat, sit down
Oturun oturun
to take his/her seat
bir görevde yerini almak
valve seat
supap yuvası, supap tablası yatağı
seated
oturmuş

Lütfen uçak kapıya varıncaya kadar oturmuş olarak kalın. - Please remain seated until the aircraft arrives at the gate.

Lütfen oturmuş biçimde kalın. - Please remain seated.

seated
{s} kişilik (araba)
seated
{s} kişilik
seated
kişilik oturmuş
seated
{s} oturaklı
seating
{i} oturtma
seating
{i} yatak (makine)
seating
{i} oturacak yer sağlama
seating
{i} oturma yerleri

Tüm oturma yerleri tutulmuş. - All the seating areas are taken.

seating
yerine oturtma
seating
yatak
seating
yerleştir
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kokmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
single engine air tanker
A place in which to sit

There are two hundred seats in this classroom.

an electoral district, especially for a national legislature
: To provide places to sit

This classroom seats two hundred students.

A piece of furniture made for sitting; e.g. a chair, stool or bench; any improvised place for sitting

She pulled the seat from under the table to allow him to sit down.

The part of an object or individual (usually the buttocks) directly involved in sitting

The seat of the valve had become corroded.

The location of a governing body

Washington D.C. is the seat of the U.S. government.

The horizontal portion of a chair or other furniture designed for sitting

He sat on the arm of the chair rather than the seat which always annoyed his mother.

The part of a piece of clothing (usually pants or trousers) covering the buttocks

The seat of these trousers is almost worn through.

: To put an object into a place where it will rest

Be sure to seat the gasket properly before attaching the cover.

A membership in an organization, particularly a representative body

Our neighbor has a seat at the stock exchange and in congress.

{n} a chair, bench, post, mansion, residence
{v} to place on or in a seat, fix, settle, plan
Position of membership on a securities or commodity exchange, bought and sold at market prices
The seat of a piece of clothing is the part that covers your bottom. Then he got up and brushed off the seat of his jeans
place ceremoniously or formally in an office or position; "there was a ceremony to induct the president of the Academy"
To rest; to lie down
A building or vehicle that seats a particular number of people has enough seats for that number. The Theatre seats 570
Membership on an exchange
put a seat on a chair
Figurative term referring to membership in the New York or American stock exchanges or one of the various commodities exchanges
The right which confers membership of Safex on the registered holder or lessee thereof
a center of authority (as a city from which authority is exercised)
To settle; to plant with inhabitants; as to seat a country
any support where you can sit (especially the part of a chair or bench etc on which you sit); "he dusted off the seat before sitting down"
{f} place in a seat; have a seating capacity, accommodate; fix firmly in place
If someone has a seat on the board of a company or on a committee, they are a member of it. He has been unsuccessful in his attempt to win a seat on the board of the company
The place that the rider sits or stands in when they are riding a coaster
If you seat yourself somewhere, you sit down. He waved towards a chair, and seated himself at the desk. a portrait of one of his favourite models seated on an elegant sofa
A part or surface on which another part or surface rests; as, a valve seat
Wooden sliding platform which the oarsmen sit on Also: Slide
A seat is an object that you can sit on, for example a chair. Stephen returned to his seat Ann could remember sitting in the back seat of their car
To put a seat or bottom in; as, to seat a chair
Membership owned in an exchange Entry to an exchange is generally through seats that are limited in number Seats are usually held by brokerage houses
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
To fix; to set firm
The part of a valve which stops the flow of a fluid
The part of an object or individual (notably the buttocks) directly involved in sitting
a base on which an object or member is placed
That part of a thing on which a person sits; as, the seat of a chair or saddle; the seat of a pair of pantaloons
provide with seats; "seat a concert hall"
The place or thing upon which one sits; hence; anything made to be sat in or upon, as a chair, bench, stool, saddle, or the like
chair, sitting place
be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000"
The traditional term for membership on a stock exchange An investment dealer would buy a seat on the exchange and one employee would be designated as the seat holder
The place occupied by anything, or where any person or thing is situated, resides, or abides; a site; an abode, a station; a post; a situation
This is where riders sit during the ride
To cause to occupy a post, site, situation, or the like; to station; to establish; to fix; to settle
A platform of plastic or wood that sits on the slides and moves back and forth with the rower's motion Seats are numbered from bow to stern and rowers are often identified by their seat numbers In an eight, the bowman is No 1 and the stroke is No 8
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?"
the cloth covering for the buttocks; "the seat of his pants was worn through"
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"
on which you sit; "he dusted off the seat before sitting down"
Smith" provide with seats; "seat a concert hall" put a seat on a chair be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000
The seat of an organization, a wealthy family, or an activity is its base. Gunfire broke out early this morning around the seat of government in Lagos. see also deep-seated, hot seat
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 The 1-seat is also commonly referred to as "bowseat" or just "bow" while the sternmost (rear) seat is referred to as "stroke seat" or just "stroke" There are two kinds of seats, the double action and the older single action seat The second action of the double action seat (apart from letting you roll back and forth) is to lift towards the catch This works by having axles that travel under the seat Shoulder The part of the boat where the rigger is fixed to is called shoulder and usually reinforced
If you take a back seat, you allow other people to have all the power and to make all the decisions. You need to take a back seat and think about both past and future
A membership on the NYSE is traditionally referred to as a "seat" because in the early years of its existence members sat in assigned chairs during the roll call of stocks Owning a seat on the New York Stock Exchange carries with it prestige, power, and responsibility Most important, it entitles one to buy and sell securities on the floor, as an agent for others or for one's own account However, being able to afford a seat is not enough, by itself, to gain membership Candidates are reviewed by the NYSE Membership Department and must meet high standards of personal and financial integrity and demonstrate their knowledge of the securities business Once admitted, their activities are subject to continuous oversight by the NYSE and government regulators to assure compliance with securities regulations and ethical conduct in serving the needs of clients There are currently 1,366 seats on the NYSE
The seat of a chair is the part that you sit on. The stool had a torn, red plastic seat
The chair-like fitting the rider of a recumbent sits on; also a device for carrying small children on a bicycle See also "saddle "
To assign a seat to, or the seats of; to give a sitting to; as, to seat a church, or persons in a church
put a seat on a chair be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000
a center of authority (as a city from which authority is exercised) show to a seat; assign a seat for; "The host seated me next to Mrs
To place on a seat; to cause to sit down; as, to seat one's self
Smith"
A nice addition to the sleds that some mushers add to allow them to take a break from standing Seats, however, can't be used on rough or windy trail because control of the sled is difficult while sitting Additionally, mushers who are sleep-deprived are more likely to fall asleep when sitting than when standing, and you don't want to be asleep at the wheel!
furniture that is designed for sitting on; "there were not enough seats for all the guests"
A traditional figure-of-speech for a membership on an exchange
{i} furniture designed for sitting upon (such as a chair or bench); horizontal part of a chair used for sitting; place to sit; place, location; center of an organization; house, home; buttocks, backside
One unit of PTC software with a Pro/ENGINEER executable
seat belt
A restraining belt attached to a vehicle seat which is fastened around passengers and which is intended to keep an occupant in place so as to avoid injuries in accidents where the occupant could be thrown against a solid object
seat belts
plural form of seat belt
seat cushion
Something you can sit on

He places the seat cushion on the seat and sits on it.

seat of government
The location that is the center of authority to govern; usually the capital city of an area

The Hague is the seat of government of the Netherlands, whereas Amsterdam is the capital.

seat-belt
Alternative spelling of seat belt
seat-of-the-pants
Done by feel, guess, or trial and error rather than by careful planning, thought or technique

The new pension-fund managers are an eclectic group, displaying a spectrum of styles and strategies. Some rely chiefly on computers and charts, while others are more likely to trust their seat-of-the-pants judgment.

seat belt
A seat belt, sometimes called a safety belt, is a safety harness designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result from a collision or a sudden stop. As part of an overall occupant restraint system, seat belts are intended to reduce injuries by stopping the wearer from hitting hard interior elements of the vehicle or other passengers (the so-called second impact) and by preventing the wearer from being thrown from the vehicle
seat of the pants
Based on or using intuition and experience rather than a plan or method; improvised: “Each has already moved beyond seat-of-the-pants management to more professional operating procedures” (Business Week)
seat of the pants
Performed without using instruments: a seat-of-the-pants landing of the aircraft
seat-of-the-pants
(Havacılık) Performed without using instruments: a seat-of-the-pants landing of the aircraft
seat-of-the-pants
(Havacılık) Based on or using intuition and experience rather than a plan or method; improvised: “Each has already moved beyond seat-of-the-pants management to more professional operating procedures” (Business Week)
seat-of-the-pants
(informal) done by feel, guess, or trial and error rather than by careful planning, thought or technique
seat belt
A seat belt is a strap attached to a seat in a car or an aircraft. You fasten it across your body in order to prevent yourself being thrown out of the seat if there is a sudden movement. The fact I was wearing a seat belt saved my life. = safety belt. A safety strap or harness designed to hold a person securely in a seat, as in a motor vehicle or aircraft. Also called safety belt. safety belt a belt attached to the seat of a car or plane which you fasten around yourself for protection in an accident
seat belt
anchored strap that buckles across the hips of a seated passenger to protect him in the event of an accident
seat belt
a safety belt used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accident
seat cushion
a cushion that makes a seat more comfortable
seat in the House of Commons
place in the British Parliament
seat of government
place within government
seat of learning
People sometimes refer to a university or a similar institution as a seat of learning. one department of that great seat of learning
seat stay
tube on a bicycle frame which supports the seat
available seat mile
A measure of an airline flight's passenger carrying capacity. It is equal to the number of seats onboard an aircraft multiplied by the distance flown in miles. Seats that are not available for sale to revenue-paying passengers (e.g., seats reserved for crew rest, etc.) are excluded from this calculation
available seat miles
plural form of available seat mile
baby seat
a car safety restraint designed for infants and young children
back seat
Any of the seats in the rear of an automobile
back seat
A powerless position
back-seat driver
An opinionated person who offers (unsolicited and often unwanted) advice on the best way to handle a situation
back-seat driver
A person sitting in the back-seat of a car issuing (unsolicited and usually unwanted) instructions to the driver
banana seat
An elongated seat, on a lowrider bicycle, that curves upward at the rear
borough seat
A city which acts as the center of government for a borough in Alaska, in the United States
bucket seat
A form-fitting seat for one passenger in automobiles, aircraft, and other such modes of transport
car seat
A detachable motor car seat equipped with a harness to secure a young child
car seat
A seat in a motor car
catbird seat
Expression used to describe an enviable position, often one of great advantage
child safety seat
A car safety restraint designed for infants and young children
cost per available seat mile
The unit operating cost of a carrier, also known as unit cost. The cost, expressed in cents to operate each seat mile offered. Determined by dividing operating costs by ASM (available seat miles)
county seat
The city in which the offices of county government are located

Lawrence is the county seat for Douglas county.

ejection seat
A seat in an aircraft which can be ejected from the cockpit and thus save the pilots life when a crash is imminent
ejector seat
A seat in a military aircraft which allows the pilot or other crew members to quickly escape in the case of emergency using an explosive charge or rockets
fly by the seat of one's pants
To use one's judgement, initiative and realtime perceptions to decide on a course of action as events unfold without a predetermined plan
have a seat
To sit down; to take a seat
have a seat
A polite directive to sit down

Thanks for coming in. Please, have a seat.

hot seat
the electric chair

With deep creases slanting across the jowls of his dark bony face from the corners of his wide full mouth, and his sunken dark eyes, he was certainly a prime subject for the artists who sketch candidates for the hot seat for the tabloids, and for three days they had been making the most of it.

hot seat
any stressful situation
in the driver's seat
Having the most important role in a storyline or recognition. Of primary importance
in the hot seat
Under pressure to perform; under scrutiny; at the center of attention

They really put me in the hot seat during that last job interview. They asked lots of tough questions and videotaped the whole thing.

jump seat
A spare seat in an aircraft cockpit
love seat
A small sofa for two people, British: two-seater settee
mercy seat
The lid of the Ark of the Covenant, on which God is said to have been enthroned; taken to represent the throne in heaven

The greatest mystery of Religion is expressed by adumbration, and in the noblest part of Jewish Types, we finde the Cherubims shadowing the Mercy-seat.

mourner's seat
mourners' bench
nosebleed seat
A seat high in the back of bleachers, stands, or the balcony at a theater

You might want to bring binoculars if you will be in the nosebleed seats, so that you can see the action on the stage better.

on the edge of one's seat
In suspense; waiting eagerly or anxiously for some resolution

The movie had me on the edge of my seat right from the beginning.

ringside seat
A seat in the front row of a boxing or wrestling match
ringside seat
Any vantage point providing an excellent view

The remote area will offer astronomers a ringside seat for the sky spectacular.

rumble seat
An extra passenger seat or row of seats in an automobile, which typically folds away into a rear storage compartment

I suspected I wouldn't care an awful lot for his companionship, so I put him and another one in the rumble seat, and with the other two in with me I found the trail back to the Parkway and turned south.

saddle seat
A slightly concave seat (used in a Windsor chair) that sometimes has a thick ridge in front
saddle seat
A style of horseback riding, designed in the United States to show off a horse's gaits, especially the trot
safe seat
A seat in a legislature that is traditionally held by one political party because of the make-up of the local electorate
seated
Simple past tense and past participle of seat
seating
The provision of chairs or other places for people to sit

There is plenty of comfortable seating.

seating
Present participle of seat
seating
A period of time in which a restaurant will seat guests
take a back seat
To be second to someone or something; to be less important or have a lower priority

But as with most kids, politics took a backseat to daily life. — My Life by Bill Clinton.

take a seat
To sit down; to become seated, to sit
toilet seat
The hinged, contoured seat, often with a hinged cover, of a toilet
window seat
A typically soft seat placed in a recess, for a window, in a wall, and filling the recess
window-seat
A typically soft seat placed in a recess, for a window, in a wall, and filling the recess

So Michael sat all the afternoon on the window-seat telling her everything that occurred in the Lane.

fly by the seat of one's pants
(Ev ile ilgili) Do something difficult without the necessary experience or ability
bench seat
A seat in an automotive vehicle that extends the full width of the passenger section
car-seat
A small removable seat that is equipped with a restraining device or harness and can be fastened to the seat of a vehicle for securing young children
drive by the seat of one's pants
(deyim) Rely on instinct rather than logic or knowledge

Many pilots in World War I had to fly by the seat of their pants.

fly by the seat of one's pants
(deyim) Rely on instinct rather than logic or knowledge

Many pilots in World War I had to fly by the seat of their pants.

seated
past of seat
seated
(of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks; "the seated Madonna"; "the audience remained seated
seated
{s} with the torso in an upright position and legs bent with the body upheld by the buttocks (when speaking of people)
seating
The act of making seats; also, the material for making seats; as, cane seating
seating
You can refer to the seats in a place as the seating. The stadium has been fitted with seating for over eighty thousand spectators
seating
{i} arrangement of sitting places or chairs; act of providing with seats; fabric for upholstering seats
seating
The act of providing with a seat or seats; as, the seating of an audience
seating
You have 3 choices for the surface of your seating area: Simple patio Patterned patio Wooden decking
seating
Present participle of to seat
seating
the service of ushering people to their seats an area that includes seats for several people; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom
seating
Putting firmly in place to prevent moving
seating
the service of ushering people to their seats
seating
an area that includes seats for several people; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
seating
The seating at a public place or a formal occasion is the arrangement of where people will sit. She checked the seating arrangements before the guests filed into the dining-room
seating
On a cruise ship, the specified time at which a passenger eats the evening meal Typically, there are two seatings each night
seats
Third person singular simple present form of to seat
seats
Industry jargon for the total number of users for your CRM project
seats
The number of concurrent or maximum users, or sometimes devices, allowed under software license agreements
seats
Abbreviation for Stock Exchange Automated Trading System, the screen-trading system adopted by the Australian Stock Exchange
seats
The number of passenger seats, if applicable
seats
The [Stock Exchange's Automated Traded System] used for the trading of securities of the ASX
seats
an area that includes seats for several people; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
seats
The location where the rider sits in the car or train while riding the roller coaster
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Plural of seat
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A London Stock Exchange service which supports the trading of listed UK equities in which turnover is insufficient for the market making system
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Abbreviation for the Stock Exchange Automated Trading System This is a computer network that allows stockbrokers to trade via computer terminals
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