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sit

(sĭt)
v. sat (săt), sitting, sits
v.intr.
1. To rest with the torso vertical and the body supported on the buttocks.
2.
a. To rest with the hindquarters lowered onto a supporting surface. Used of animals.
b. To perch. Used of birds.
3. To cover eggs for hatching; brood.
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The pilot told us in a strong Australian accent to just 'sit back and relax'."
Ahead of the second leg, Ruscoe said: "We're not going to sit back and just think 2-1 is enough.
Then why not sit back and watch the exciting cut and thrust of a council debate from the comfort of your armchair?
London, Feb 15 ( ANI ): World football governing body FIFA has reportedly issued a warning to the host cities of the 2014 Brazil World Cup that they cannot afford to 'sit back and relax'.
Summary: Fancy watching flamingos while you sit back and enjoy a coffee?
The thing about teams that go to Old Trafford - and Eastlands these days - is they sit back and try to soak up the pressure for three quarters of the game.
Having guided Ireland to an historic Grand Slam in 2009, Kidney initially admitted after the defeat that he would "sit back and think about (his future)".
The sofa is fantastic and really invites you to want to sit back, relax and revel in being in the outdoors.
ONCE your home is on the market, don't just sit back and wait for it to sell itself.
"He's pushing me and I can't sit back because football isn't a game where you can sit back and watch it go by.
With some new garden furniture, you can then sit back and enjoy your time in the garden all summer long.
It's best to disregard the storyline as much as possible (as well as John Turturro) and just sit back and enjoy the ride.