Definition of legroom
: space in which to extend the legs while seated
Examples of legroom in a Sentence
I need a car with more legroom.
airplane seats that offer little legroom
Recent Examples of legroom from the Web
Airlines shouldn't be charging you extra for a reasonable amount of legroom.
Airlines shouldn’t be charging you extra for a reasonable amount of legroom.
For example, Wow Air charges extra fees for everything from seat assignments ($9.99 to $50.99, depending on legroom) to bottles of water ($2.50).
Cruz has tried to reduce costs by cutting legroom, charging for meals on short-haul flights and outsourcing IT functions to firms outside the U.K.
Dao was flying coach, where customer discontent has simmered for years as passengers in upper classes enjoy better meals, more legroom and other perks.
Front passengers had 38.8 inches of headroom and 42.2 inches of legroom, while rear outboard passengers had 37.3/35.7 inches.
There’s 38.2 inches of legroom, more if the passenger seat is empty and scooted up.
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First Known Use of legroom
LEGROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of legroom for English Language Learners
: space in which you can extend your legs when you are sitting
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