安全带 (Chinese PinYin: [ān quán dài]; traditional Chinese: 安全帶) may mean: (1) safety belt; (2) seat belt; (3) securing strip. The term is a countable noun used daily to indicate seat belt which is a vehicle safety device designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement that may result during a collision or a sudden stop. Some common phrases and expressions are: 建筑安全带 (construction safety harness), 三点式安全带 (three-point seat belt), 系好安全带 (fasten seatbelt), 解开安全带 (unfasten safety belt), 飞机安全带 (aircraft seat-belt), 使用安全带 (to use safety belt).
Literally: 安全 (safety) + 带(belt)
1. How to pronounce 安全带?
Chinese Pinyin: [ān quán dài]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 安全带
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 安全带
Fixed expression: 建筑安全带 (construction safety harness), 三点式安全带 (three-point seat belt),
Collocation: 系好安全带 (fasten seatbelt), 解开安全带 (unfasten safety belt), 飞机安全带 (aircraft seat-belt), 使用安全带 (to use safety belt),
Terminologies: 电工安全带 (electrician safety belt)
4. How to use 安全带 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 安全带.
Translation: Please unfasten your safety belt now.
Translation: Only 57% of countries have laws that require all car occupants to wear seat-belts.
4.3 安全带是一种车用安全装置, 它是被设计用来保护乘车人员免受伤害的
Translation: A seat belt is a vehicle safety device designed to secure the occupant of a vehicle against harmful movement.
Translation: Please fasten your seatbelts for your own safety.
Translation: So buckle up; it gets a bit bumpy!
Translation: If they’re overweight, then your belt also feels a bit tight.
Translation: Put it this way: From a public health perspective, we don’t know who’ll get into a car accident, but we tell everyone to wear their seat belts.
Translation: That’s because federal government views smaller buses as similar to automobiles or light trucks, and federal law requires those vehicles to have seat belts.
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