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  1. backseat - a secondary or inferior position or status; "tennis has had to take a backseat while his work is so demanding" inferiority, lower rank, lower status - the state of being inferior 2.
  2. backseat Lessons on grammatical rules, pronunciation, and the like - never mind pragmatic or sociolinguistic conventions - take a backseat to lessons on ideology. From .
  3. Back seat is two words when it is a noun phrase with the adjective back modifying the noun seat. It is one word—either backseat or back-seat, with a hyphen—when it functions as an adjective. For example, it is an adjective in phrases such as backseat driver and backseat passenger.
  4. Backseat Is a reference to a person who frequently asks "what?". The term originates from people in the back of the car always misinterpreting the message of the people in the front .
  5. Jul 20,  · “Backseat” is the 26th track on the deluxe edition of Pop’s posthumous debut album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon. He reunites for the third time after “Like me” and “Ordinary” with PnB Rock.
  6. Dec 08,  · About “Backseat” 1 contributor Although “Backseat” was released in October , it receives the remix treatment thanks to a sweet sixteen from Cody Macc and acts as an introduction of Ari Lennox.
  7. take a backseat, to occupy a secondary or inferior position: Her writing has taken a backseat because of other demands on her time.
  8. 1. A passenger in a vehicle (not necessarily in the backseat) who attempts to instruct the driver or criticize their driving skills. John quickly became annoyed at Mary's tendency to become a backseat driver whenever he drove her somewhere, so he just began to let her drive. 2.

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