Definition of seater
1 : one that seats
2 : one that has a specified number of seats —used in combination a 2-seater jet
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Weighing in at 3,241 pounds with a full tank of fuel, the lightweight two-seater accelerates from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.7 seconds.
For the biking stage, Rick will ride a special two-seater bicycle.
Startup NIO has the car: An electric two-seater with muscular European lines and a top speed of 195 miles per hour (313 kilometers per hour).
This roomy five-seater has fuel economy ratings of 21 mpg city, 23 highway and 25 mpg combined on 87 octane.
Last month, a week after a first-round win over a Fredericksburg club, 12 Christos players piled into a nine-seater passenger van bound for Richmond, followed by three more players who drove themselves after work.
At 9.5 feet (290 centimeters) long, 4.2 feet (130 centimeters) wide and 3.6 feet (110 centimeters) high, Cartivator claims the one-seater would be the world's smallest flying car -- and surely a snug ride for some passengers.
The carriage is a two-seater summer surrey - yes, with the fringe on top.
Tottenham Hotspur, the Premier League football club that has clawed its way into England’s elite ranks, announced a £700 million ($900 million) plan to fund a new 61,500 seater stadium in North London.
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Definition of seater for English Language Learners
: something (such as a vehicle) that has a specified number of seats
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