自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT 座椅;椅子;座位 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.
N-COUNT (椅子等的)座部,椅面 The seat of a chair is the part that you sit on.
The stool had a torn, red plastic seat.
VERB 坐下;就座 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.
VERB (房间、车辆)可坐…人，容纳…人 A building or vehicle that seats a particular number of people has enough seats for that number.
The Theatre seats 570.
那个剧院可容纳 570 人。
N-SING (裤子的)臀部 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.
N-COUNT (国会、议会、参议院中的)席位 When someone is elected to a parliament, congress, or senate, you can say that they, or their party, have won a seat .
Independent candidates won the majority of seats on the local council.
...a Maryland Republican who lost his seat.
N-COUNT (公司董事会、委员会中的)席位，职位 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.
N-COUNT (组织、活动的)中心地，所在地;(豪门的)宅邸 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.
...Weston Park, family seat of the Earl of Bradford.
PHRASE 让权于他人;退居次要位置 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...
This is a country where women usually take a back seat.
PHRASE 坐下;入座 If you take a seat, you sit down.
'Take a seat,' he said in a bored tone...
Rachel smiled at him as they took their seats on opposite sides of the table.