Have a seat

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Definition

Please, have a seat (or 'Do have a seat' UK): Sit down, take a seat
idiom
Relax and have a seat. Unwind, loosen up and sit down.

a seat: a chair, a place to sit
noun

Examples

  • "The seats are in the 'Premium Orchestra' area, in row 8."
  • "Very well, let's have a seat."
  • "Edward : But this is seat B39."
  • "Edward : Excuse me, this man is in my seat!"
  • "You mean comfy seats with lots of legroom?"
  • "My ticket says B39, which means you're in my seat!"
  • "Come in please. Have a seat."
  • "Have a seat gentlemen, I'll be with you in a minute."
  • "Susie : Come on in. Have a seat."
  • "Follow me, young man, there's a couple of spare seats in first-class."

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