seating

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seating

  1. present participle of seat

NounEdit

seating (countable and uncountable, plural seatings)

  1. (gerund) The act of one that seats.
    The seating of passengers will begin soon.
  2. (uncountable) The provision of chairs or other places for people to sit.
    There is plenty of comfortable seating.
  3. (countable) A period of time in which people are allowed into a performance, a meal, etc., to be seated.
    The first seating begins at 5 o'clock.
  4. Material for making seats.
    cane seating
  5. (obsolete) Haircloth.
  6. (mechanics) Collectively, the various fitted supports of the parts of a structure or of a machine; a housing in which a component is seated.
  7. (shipbuilding) That part of the floor which rests on the keel.

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