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highchair

[ hahy-chair ]
/ ˈhaɪˌtʃɛər /
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noun

a tall chair having arms and very long legs and usually a removable tray for food, for use by a very young child during meals.

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Origin of highchair

First recorded in 1840–50; high + chair
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highchair
/ (ˈhaɪˌtʃɛə) /

noun

a long-legged chair for a child, esp one with a table-like tray used at meal times
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