Safety-belt



noun
1.
seat belt.
2.
a belt or strap worn as a safety precaution by a person working at a great height:
The safety belt worn by a window washer is usually secured to each side of the window frame.
3.
life belt.
noun
1.
another name for seat belt
2.
a belt or strap worn by a person working at a great height and attached to a fixed object to prevent him from falling

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