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sedan

  

      n  
1       the U.S., Canadian, and N.Z. name for a       saloon       5  
2       short for       sedan chair  
     (C17: of uncertain origin; compare Latin sedes seat)  


Sedan     (French)     (English)  
      n   a town in NE France, on the River Meuse: passed to France in 1642; a Protestant stronghold (16th--17th centuries); scene of a French defeat (1870) during the Franco-Prussian War and of a battle (1940) in World War II, which began the German invasion of France. Pop.: 22400 (1990)  
sedan chair  
      n   a closed chair for one passenger, carried on poles by two bearers. It was commonly used in the 17th and 18th centuries,   (Sometimes shortened to)    sedan  
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Sedan     (French)     (English)  
      n   a town in NE France, on the River Meuse: passed to France in 1642; a Protestant stronghold (16th--17th centuries); scene of a French defeat (1870) during the Franco-Prussian War and of a battle (1940) in World War II, which began the German invasion of France. Pop.: 22400 (1990)  


sedan  
      n  
1       the U.S., Canadian, and N.Z. name for a       saloon       5  
2       short for       sedan chair  
     (C17: of uncertain origin; compare Latin sedes seat)  
sedan chair  
      n   a closed chair for one passenger, carried on poles by two bearers. It was commonly used in the 17th and 18th centuries,   (Sometimes shortened to)    sedan  

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saloon  
      n  
1      (Also called)    saloon bar     (Brit.)      another word for       lounge       5  
2    a large public room on a passenger ship  
3    any large public room used for a specific purpose  
a dancing saloon     
4      (Chiefly U.S. and Canadian)   a place where alcoholic drink is sold and consumed  
5    a closed two-door or four-door car with four to six seats,   (U.S., Canadian, and N.Z. name)    sedan         
6       an obsolete word for       salon       1  
     (C18: from French salon)  


sedan         
      n  
1       the U.S., Canadian, and N.Z. name for a       saloon       5  
2       short for       sedan chair  
     (C17: of uncertain origin; compare Latin sedes seat)  
Sedan     (French)     (English)  
      n   a town in NE France, on the River Meuse: passed to France in 1642; a Protestant stronghold (16th--17th centuries); scene of a French defeat (1870) during the Franco-Prussian War and of a battle (1940) in World War II, which began the German invasion of France. Pop.: 22400 (1990)  
sedan chair  
      n   a closed chair for one passenger, carried on poles by two bearers. It was commonly used in the 17th and 18th centuries,   (Sometimes shortened to)    sedan         

Dictionnaire anglais Collins English definition-Thesaurus  

Collins
sedan chair  
      n   a closed chair for one passenger, carried on poles by two bearers. It was commonly used in the 17th and 18th centuries,   (Sometimes shortened to)    sedan         


sedan         
      n  
1       the U.S., Canadian, and N.Z. name for a       saloon       5  
2       short for       sedan chair  
     (C17: of uncertain origin; compare Latin sedes seat)  
Sedan     (French)     (English)  
      n   a town in NE France, on the River Meuse: passed to France in 1642; a Protestant stronghold (16th--17th centuries); scene of a French defeat (1870) during the Franco-Prussian War and of a battle (1940) in World War II, which began the German invasion of France. Pop.: 22400 (1990)  

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sedan chair, SED, Sendak, Sendai

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