- n. 入席，就坐；开庭；孵卵；坐着的一段时间
- adj. 坐着的；孵卵中的；在任期中的
- v. 坐；坐落（sit的ing形式）
- n. (Sitting)人名；(英)西廷
- sitting (n.)
- early 13c., verbal noun from sit (v.). Meaning "a meeting of a body" is from c. 1400. Meaning "interval during which one sits" (for some purpose, especially to have one's portrait taken) is from 1706. Sitting-room first recorded 1771. Slang sitting duck "easy target" first recorded 1944; literal sense is from 1867 (it is considered not sporting to shoot at one).
- 1. When you are sitting, keep your elbow on the arm rest.
- 2. She had been sitting with her knitting at her fourth-floor window.
- 3. When Eleanor returned, I was still sitting glumly on the settee.
- 4. A little girl was sitting on the step of the end house.
- 5. A few days after his collapse he was sitting up in bed.
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