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Matt sat on a park bench, eating his lunch.
I was sitting at my computer when the phone rang.
They were sitting in a café drinking coffee.
My friends and I like to sit together in the canteen.
I usually sit next to Andrew in history.
We sat side by side in the back seat.
Six of us were sitting around the table talking.
Sit still (=without moving) while I brush your hair, Lucy.
Are you going to just sit there, or are you going to help me?
They sat in silence, unable to look at each other.
I ended up sitting in traffic for over an hour.
The house sits on top of a hill overlooking the countryside.
The tins looked as though they had been sitting on the shelf for months.
She sits on the boards of several large companies.
Her remarks at dinner didn’t sit well with some of the guests.
What right have you to sit in judgment on me?
Just sit tight – I’ll be right back.
We’ve decided to sit tight and not sell the house yet.
With two platinum records, the group is sitting pretty right now.
This is the British English definition of sit. View American English definition of sit.