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Origin of sit-down
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Example sentences from the Web for sit-down
“You can host a sit-down diner for 140, and the house can accommodate 700 people at a party,” Davenport says proudly.
At that sit-down, Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will come face to face with his counterpart, John Kerry.
He was then summoned to a sit-down where he agreed to withdraw.Jersey’s True-Life Tony Soprano: Meet the DeCavalcante Crime Family|Michael Daly|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The sit-down was conducted about a month ago and published in The Mail on Sunday.Lindsay Lohan’s Tell-All With Piers Morgan: Drugs, Dating & More|Marlow Stern|May 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So he arranged a sit-down with Ailes and his boss, Rupert Murdoch, in a private room at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York.
Now, if there is any one manœuvre on which the Walton infantry prides itself, the "lock-step and sit-down" is that one.
We find no invitations to dine upon our table—no supper cards for a "sit-down" to fried oysters and Burgundy "punctually at nine."
The girl is bringing up the tea, and I'm positively dying for a cup and a sit-down.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough
The standing breakfast differs from the sit-down breakfast in service only.Etiquette|Emily Post
No,” said Mr Oliphant; “there—there are some coppers for you; you must do me some work for them when you come to my sit-down.Frank Oldfield|T.P. Wilson
British Dictionary definitions for sit-down
Idioms and Phrases with sit-down
Take a seat, as in Won't you sit down? I won't be long. [c. 1200]
sit down to. Prepare to eat a meal, as in At six we all sat down to dinner. [Late 1500s]