Lap-sash-seatbelt definition

(UK, Australia, automotive) A type of seatbelt which goes across the pelvis and then up and diagonally across the body; the conventional type found in most cars today.
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Noun

Singular:
lap-sash-seatbelt
Plural:
lap-sash-seatbelts

Origin of lap-sash-seatbelt

  • From lap (“upper legs of a seated person”) + sash (“length of cloth worn over the shoulder”) + seatbelt (“restraining belt”).

    From Wiktionary