- adj.就座的; 固定的; 有…座位的; 根深蒂固的;
- v.使就座( seat的过去式和过去分词 ); 使就职; 使获得座位（或席位）; 可容纳若干座位;
Those electing to smoke will be seated at the rear.
Stevens's murder was the result of a deep-seated and intense hatred.
The room was empty apart from one man seated beside the fire.
He was comfortably seated in a soft reclining chair.
Marianne was none too pleased to find Simon seated beside her.
He waved towards a chair, and seated himself at the desk.
The Australian team will be seated in business class.
He was disconcerted to find his fellow diners already seated.
The country is still suffering from deep-seated economic problems.
In a moment he was seated, diagonally opposite her, brow furrowed.
I was seated at Sauter'simmediate left.
Clare'sassertiveness stirred up his deep-seated sense of inadequacy.
They were too distantly seated for any conversation.
Make sure the washer is firmly seated before tightening the pipe.
They are standing by the seated figure of Shakespeare.
As you can see, ladies and gentlemen, the guests were seated very informally around this oval table, which would add to the relaxed atmosphere.
1. (of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks;
"the seated Madonna"
"the audience remained seated"