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a secondary or inferior position or status

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

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Padriguez was seen transferring to the backseat of his cab.
At that time, she was "surprised" to see that another man was sitting in the backseat.
The centre backseat is equipped with a load-through that enables the backrest of each seat to be folded down individually.
As the new traffic law is now live, our police officers will first warn the passengers who are not wearing seat belts in the backseat before issuing a fine.
Another app that can be used to remind parents to check the backseat is (https://itunes.
And thinking ahead about ways to keep the kids happy and preoccupied in the backseat will make things a bit easier.
For several months now, I have felt I need to take a backseat to enable others to get an opportunity," he said.
Officers said the heroin was hidden in a compartment in the backseat of the lorry.
The officer claims he did not cuff the young man, and when he approached the backseat a scuffle ensued.
Mom-invented MyBuckleMate makes it easy for anyone to buckle up in the backseat with one hand (just like you do in the driver's seat).
IT can't be easy having a Formula 1 star as a backseat driver when you're behind the wheel.
Signature Cab of Hawaii previously signed a contract with us for the deployment of 800 backseat passenger information monitors.
The pensioner, a backseat passenger, suffered a broken leg and minor head injuries in the Saturday morning crash on Holden Road, Wednesbury.
Two little boys are also filmed in the backseat of a car, with trails of blood along the pavement leading into the vehicle.
Chris gets drunk and stoned and sits in the backseat of someone's car and starts spilling his guts to the camera guy.