Definitions for back seat
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word back seat
Any of the seats in the rear of an automobile.
A powerless position.
Origin: From back + seat.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Sleep usually takes a back seat to everything else we're doing, and it's a disservice, there's a real health cost to doing that.
This is the moment I thought I was going to die, he paused for a second and then handed the envelope to me and said to sit in the very back seat and face him.
The quick-witted officers were able to get the cub into the back seat of a patrol car and brought her to nearby fire station 3, where a Department of Wildlife Ranger sedated the bear.
Tony told us in a conference call last week that he and Kamarudin will take a back seat to everything else and focus on AirAsia, he's back, and he's getting more involved in many of the decisions.
The younger pastors – so many are caught up in the pop culture, and the pastor in a church is more about being cool, we ’re beginning to put theology in the back seat and I ’m concerned about the church.
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