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  • 1 The Back Seat of My Car — Single par Paul McCartney extrait de l’album Ram Face A The Back Seat of My Car Face B Heart of the Country Sortie …

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  • 2 The Back Seat of My Car — Infobox Single Name = The Back Seat of My Car Artist = Paul and Linda McCartney from Album = Ram B side = Heart of the Country Released = 13 August 1971 Format = 7 Recorded = 1970 Genre = Rock Length = Label = Apple Records Writer = Paul… …

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  • 3 Heaven in the Back Seat — Heaven in the Backseat is a song by British rock band, Romeo s Daughter, and was featured on their debut album, Romeo s Daughter . It was made more popular when it was later featured on the soundtracks of the film, . Music video The video starts… …

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  • 4 Back seat driver — A back seat driver is a passenger in a vehicle who is not in control of the vehicle and appears to be uncomfortable with the skills of the current driver and/or feels the need to tutor said driver. Some backseat drivers exhibit this type of… …

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  • 5 back-seat driver — noun a) A person sitting in the back seat of a car issuing (unsolicited and usually unwanted) instructions to the driver. b) An opinionated person who offers (unsolicited and often unwanted) advice on the best way to handle a situation …

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  • 6 back seat — n 1.) a seat at the back of a car, behind where the driver sits 2.) back seat driver informal a) a passenger in the back of a car who gives unwanted advice to the driver about how to drive b) someone in business or politics who tries to control… …

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  • 7 back seat — noun count a seat behind the driver of a car take a back seat 1. ) to become less important: take a back seat to: Other issues must take a back seat to this crisis. 2. ) to deliberately become less active, and give up trying to control things: I… …

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  • 8 back seat — UK US noun [countable] [singular back seat plural back seats] a seat behind the driver of a car Thesaurus: internal parts of cars and other road vehiclesmeronym makes of car …

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  • 9 back-seat driver — back seat drivers also backseat driver 1) N COUNT (disapproval) If you refer to a passenger in a car as a back seat driver, they annoy you because they constantly give you advice. 2) N COUNT (disapproval) If you refer to someone, especially a… …

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  • 10 back seat driver — noun count 1. ) someone who keeps giving advice about things that they are not responsible for 2. ) someone in a car who keeps telling the driver what to do and how to drive …

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  • 11 back-seat driver — ► NOUN informal ▪ a passenger in a car who gives the driver unwanted advice …

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  • 12 Back Seat (Of My Jeep) — Infobox Single Name = Back Seat (Of My Jeep) Artist = LL Cool J from Album = 14 Shots to the Dome B side = Pink Cookies In a Plastic Bag Getting Crushed By Buildings Released = June 1, 1993 Format = CD Single, Cassette Single Recorded = 1992… …

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  • 13 back seat — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms back seat : singular back seat plural back seats a seat behind the driver of a car • take a back seat …

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  • 14 back seat — noun 1 (C) a seat at the back of a car, behind where the driver sits 2 back seat driver a) a passenger in the back of a car who gives unwanted advice to the driver about how to drive b) especially AmE someone in business or politics who tries to… …

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  • 15 back seat driver — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms back seat driver : singular back seat driver plural back seat drivers 1) someone in a car who keeps telling the driver what to do and how to drive 2) someone who keeps giving advice about things that they are… …

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  • 16 ˌback ˈseat — noun [C] a seat behind the driver of a car • take a back seat to have a less important position than someone or something else[/ex] take a back seat to deliberately become less active, and give up trying to control things[/ex] …

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  • 17 back seat — /bæk ˈsit/ (say bak seet) noun 1. a seat at the back. –phrase 2. take a back seat, to retire into obscurity, or into an insignificant or subordinate position …

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  • 18 back-seat — An air conditioning term which means to rotate a service valve counterclockwise all the way down until the valve is back seated. When referring to a stem type service valve, the term has a more specific meaning in the back seated position, the… …

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  • 19 back·seat — /ˈbækˈsiːt/ noun, pl seats [count] : a seat in the back of something (such as a car) take a backseat : to be or become less important, active, or powerful often + to He refuses to take a backseat to anyone. [=he refuses to let anyone have more… …

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  • 20 back seat — noun a) Any of the seats in the rear of an automobile. b) A powerless position …

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