[Tagging] How to tag small "seating rocks"?
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Thu May 27 11:39:45 UTC 2021
On 27/5/21 7:30 pm, Guillaume Chauvat wrote:
> On 27/05/2021 10:02, Martin Koppenhoefer wrote:
>> sent from a phone
>>> On 26 May 2021, at 17:57, Stefan Tauner <stefan.tauner at gmx.at> wrote:
>>> There is little difference between benches for more than one person and
>>> seating options for a single one in the context of street furniture
>> there is significant difference between a bench (seating for several people) and a chair (seating for 1 person). A bench also raises the probability that you can lay down.
>> Is it a bench? https://www.burford.co.uk/images/detailed/27/Vintage_Farmhouse_Chair_DSC_7703.jpg?t=1555056330 <https://www.burford.co.uk/images/detailed/27/Vintage_Farmhouse_Chair_DSC_7703.jpg?t=1555056330>
> Categories are fuzzy. How do you call something that looks exactly like a park bench, that's in a park or a street, except it's only wide enough for one person?
> Are the ones linked below chairs? Technically they may be, but I intuitively first categorise them as benches, because they look like benches.
> The meaning of words can overlap and vary from person to person.
I would call them chairs.
I would expect a 'chair' to have a back.
But a bench may not have a back. So a single person seat without a back would be a bench?
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