director's chair[dĭ-rĕkˈtərz, dī-]
- The definition of a director's chair is a lightweight folding chair usually made of canvas with a wood or metal frame.
An example of a director's chair is a seat people may sit in while outside.
A director's chair.
director's chair definition by Webster's New World
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a lightweight folding armchair, usually a wooden or metal frame with a canvas back and seat
Origin: from its use on the set by film directors
director's chair definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A light folding armchair having a plastic, wooden, or metal frame and a back and seat usually made of canvas.
Origin: From its use by motion picture directors on the set.