seatbelt

[ US /ˈsitˌbɛɫt/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːtbɛlt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a safety belt used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accident
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How To Use seatbelt In A Sentence

  • Afraid of a plunge into the canal that claimed the immigrants, I always unsnap my seatbelt and roll the window all the way down, this in broad daylight with no one shooting.
  • We do know that you'll need to fasten your seatbelt. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just keep your seatbelt fastened for all that visual turbulence. Times, Sunday Times
  • If it happens then fasten your seatbelts. The Sun
  • As children, we would ride in cars with no seatbelts or air bags.
  • Of course I am going to put my seatbelt on when I drive, it is second nature, but I unclip it to reverse up my tricky driveway.
  • No, for he woke upside down, restrained by a seatbelt connected to a seat in a certain upturned Toyota Avensis.
  • It has seatbelts but no airbags. Times, Sunday Times
  • Car seatbelts made compulsory in UK. The Sun
  • I double-checked to make sure my seatbelt was tightly fastened.
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