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seating capacity


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the number of people that can be seated in a vehicle or auditorium or stadium etc.


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  • For the Empress's more diplomatic occasions, the palace could accommodate upward of a dozen visiting dignitaries and the formal dining room had a seating capacity of over one hundred.

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  • In the mid-1970s Embraer developed a derivative of the Bandeirante that could serve as a business executive turboprop plane with a seating capacity of 6 or 7 persons.

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  • Year by year they have increased, and for the past few years it has been necessary to give the concerts in Association Hall, which has a seating capacity about twice as large as that of the original hall.

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