take a seat

take a seat
take a seat
To sit down
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Main Entry:seat

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take a seat phrase
to sit down

Hi, come on in, take a seat.

I took a seat at the bar.

Thesaurus: to sit or lie downhyponym to stand or sit upsynonym
Main entry: seat

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • take a seat — to sit down Hi, come on in, take a seat. I took a seat at the bar …   English dictionary

  • take your seat — sit in your chair or desk, be seated    Judy, please take your seat so we can begin the exam …   English idioms

  • take your seat — 1) to sit down, especially in a place that has been kept for you They took their seats in the front row. 2) to begin work as a member of a parliament, committee etc Who was the first woman MP to take her seat at Westminster? …   English dictionary

  • take a seat — take a chair, have a seat, sit down; please sit down …   English contemporary dictionary

  • take a seat — verb To sit down; to become seated, to sit …   Wiktionary

  • take your seat — …   Useful english dictionary

  • seat — [sēt] n. [ME sete < ON sæti: for IE base see SIT] 1. the manner of sitting, as on horseback 2. a) a place or space to sit, or the right to such a place, esp. as evidenced by a ticket [to buy two seats to the opera] b) a thing to sit on; chair …   English World dictionary

  • take a chair — take a seat, have a seat, sit down (on a chair) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • seat — seat1 W1S2 [si:t] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(place to sit)¦ 2¦(official position)¦ 3¦(part of a chair)¦ 4 baby/child/car seat 5 seat of government/power 6 seat of learning 7¦(clothes)¦ 8 take a back seat (to somebody/something) 9 on the edge of your seat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • seat — seat1 [ sit ] noun *** ▸ 1 something you can sit on ▸ 2 place on committee etc. ▸ 3 main place/building ▸ 4 clothing covering bottom ▸ 5 position on horse ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count something you can sit on: Some of the vans have leather seats. The… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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