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seat belt in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseat beltˈseat belt ●●○ (also safety belt) noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TTCTTAa belt attached to the seat of a car or plane which you fasten around yourself for protection in an accident
Examples from the Corpus
seat beltβ€’ As it lifted from the Luftwaffe fighter base outside Berlin, Schellenberg undid his seat belt and reached for his briefcase.β€’ I was floating, held by my seat belt.β€’ The sign comes on and Paul does up John's seat belt.β€’ The basic idea was that using the seat belt takes time, to which the driver attaches a value.