sat, past participle; siting, present participle; sited, past tense; sits, 3rd person singular present; sited, past participle; sat, past tense; sitting, present participle;
Adopt or be in a position in which one's weight is supported by one's buttocks rather than one's feet and one's back is upright
you'd better sit down
I sat next to him at dinner
Cause to adopt or be in such a position
sit yourself down and I'll bring you some coffee
(of an animal) Rest with the hind legs bent and the body close to the ground
it is important for a dog to sit when instructed
(of a bird) Rest on a branch; perch
(of a bird) Remain on its nest to incubate its egg
a sitting hen
Ride or keep one's seat on (a horse)
Not use (a player) in a game
the manager must decide who to sit in the World Series
(of a table, room, or building) Be large enough for (a specified number of seated people)
the cathedral sat about 3,000 people
Pose, typically in a seated position, for (an artist or photographer)
Walter Deverell asked her to sit for him
Be or remain in a particular position or state
the fridge was sitting in a pool of water
(of an item of clothing) Fit a person well or badly as specified
the blue uniform sat well on his big frame
Be harmonious with
his shyness doesn't sit easily with Hollywood tradition
(of a legislature, committee, court of law, etc.) Be engaged in its business
Congress continued sitting until March 16
Serve as a member of a council, jury, or other official body
they were determined that women jurists should sit on the tribunal
Take (an examination)
pupils are required to sit nine subjects at GCSE
he was about to sit for his Cambridge entrance exam
Stay in someone's house while they are away and look after their house or pet
Kelly had been cat-sitting for me
A period of sitting
a sit in the shade
The way in which an item of clothing fits someone
the sit of her gown
be around, often idly or without specific purpose; "The object sat in the corner"; "We sat around chatting for another hour"
sit down: take a seat
be in session; "When does the court of law sit?"
model: assume a posture as for artistic purposes; "We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often"
ride: sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions; "She never sat a horse!"; "Did you ever ride a camel?"; "The girl liked to drive the young mare"
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Sitting is a rest position supported by the buttocks or thighs where the torso is more or less upright. There are several ways for humans to sit.
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an event (usually one full day or more) where the primary goal is to sit in meditation; To be in a position in which the upper body is upright and the legs (especially the upper legs) are supported by some object; To move oneself into such a position; To occupy a given position permanently; ...
SITS is the University's student records system used to store, administer and manage all aspects of student information from initial enquiry and application through to Degree Congregation. It may also be known as SRS and Dolphin.
(sitting) A meeting of the House within a session. A sitting may last for only a matter of minutes or may extend for several hours.
(Sitting) a meeting of the Assembly or that of a Committee on a day;
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(Sitting) Allocated passenger dining time i.e. first (earlier) or second (later) sitting
(Sitting) engaged in its business
(sitting) Another term for seance.
Telling the ball to drop softly, and not roll after landing.
Sails are said to "sit" well when they do not girt, pucker, belly, or shake. This word is sometimes wrongly written "set."
Spontaneous Ignition Temperature. The temperature at which an oil ignites of its own accord in the presence of air or oxygen under standard conditions.
Expression aimed at the ball to encourage it to stop rolling.
I'm about to give you a treat just like I did when we practiced this before.
Servizio nazionale di Taratura (IT) / National Calibration Service
Temporary storage of your belongings in the warehouse of the removal company at either origin or destination, pending the completion of delivery.
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