What does backseat mean?

Definitions for backseat
ˈbækˈsitback·seat

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. backseatnoun

    a secondary or inferior position or status

    "tennis has had to take a backseat while his work is so demanding"

  2. backseatnoun

    a seat at the back of a vehicle (especially the seat at the back of an automobile)

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of backseat in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of backseat in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of backseat in a Sentence

  1. Kevin Harter:

    We all felt for years that we took a backseat to the women's business, also, based on the growth you have seen in menswear, it was just an organic decision to that you had to play it up a little bit more.

  2. Cipy:

    Youth makes poor judgment. Youth is driven by hormones. Reason takes a backseat to blind obsession with the opposite sex.

  3. Eric Ulloa:

    Actors and Actors' Equity has always been at the forefront of these things, the fight against AIDS, discrimination and marriage equality. I just don't know why we're taking a backseat to this. Why are we not at the forefront?

  4. Benjamin Crump:

    Claiming that this deputy discharged 10 shots to get himself out of harm's way is a clear attempt to justify the killing of these teens, this disturbing incident, which cost the lives of two Black teens, again documents the dangers of driving or even riding while Black -- since the deputy also shot into the backseat, killing a passenger.

  5. Constable Alan Rosen:

    Do something that always reminds you that you have a loving package in the backseat of that car.

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