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Definition of 'legroom'

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Example sentences containing 'legroom'

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And there wouldn't be enough legroom. Times, Sunday Times (2017) Head and legroom have been significantly improved. The Sun (2006)The car is big on rear legroom and headroom for tall executives. The Sun (2014)Who wants complimentary champagne and extra legroom? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can slide the rear seats back and forth to balance legroom with luggage space. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The optional bucket seats were so massive that there was no legroom in the back at all. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It will offer more rear legroom and increased boot space. The Sun (2011)These are the most popular seats as they have extra legroom and allow a quick exit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This will boost the rear legroom and make space for an extra pair of doors. The Sun (2011)The rear seats are versatile and slide forward and backwards to increase legroom or luggage space. The Sun (2011)The three main lightweight seats can slide backwards and forwards to provide more passenger legroom or luggage space. The Sun (2011)Most airlines offer either a premium economy option or the chance to buy economy seats that have extra legroom. The Sun (2012)Plus there's more headroom and legroom up front. The Sun (2015)There's more legroom front and back and boot space has been boosted too. The Sun (2010)The cabin is more spacious, particularly in the back where legroom has been improved. Times, Sunday Times (2009)At 542 litres the boot is ample and the rear seats offer both good legroom and great width. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It has the best rear head and legroom in its class, coping easily with four tall adults. The Sun (2014)An adult behind me would have just enough legroom but in getting three on the back seat things become just a little too cosy. The Sun (2014) Head and legroom are good in the front but a tad tight in the rear for a 6ft adult. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It turns out there was only one available seat with extra legroom, which was given to my wife. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Inside, there is no shortage of front headroom and legroom but rear seat space is cosy for three adults. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Rear passengers enjoy good headroom and legroom and the car will carry five adults in reasonable comfort, at least on shorter journeys. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's a bit of a Tardis with good head and legroom for five adults. The Sun (2011)In the back, passengers over 6ft might struggle with headroom and legroom is also in short supply behind taller drivers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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Definition of legroom from the Collins English Dictionary
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