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front seat

This page is about the collocation front seat

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

any seat in the front of a vehicle, or the seat next to a car's driver

For example

  • When you take a taxi, do you sit in the front seat?

  • There were five people in the car; two in the front seats and three in the back.

Note:
Related collocations include "passenger seat" and "driver's seat"

Quick Quiz

If you're sitting in the front seat, you're sitting

a. in front of the driver

b. behind the driver

c. beside the driver

Contributor: Matt Errey