[ bak-seet ]
/ ˈbækˈsit /
a seat at the rear.
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lesser, secondary, bottom, backside, back, tail, butt, lower, less, minus, second, subordinate, subsidiary, peon, menial, junior, minor, buttocks, end, reverse
- backseat driver,
take a backseat, to occupy a secondary or inferior position: Her writing has taken a backseat because of other demands on her time.
Origin of backseat
First recorded in 1825–35
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a seat at the back, esp of a vehicle
informal a subordinate or inconspicuous position (esp in the phrase take a back seat)
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