Portuguese translation of 'sit-in'
(demonstration) ocupação de um local como forma de protesto, manifestação f pacífica
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It was only when tempers broke loose and they were bodily removed that the sit-in ended.PASSION AND ILLUSION (1983)
`Ladies and gentlemen, protest in the form of a sit-in was commenced this morning by long-term prisoners in A Wing.RIOT (1983)
In effect, their sit-in was a Hanford Out thing - clearly something which, if he was to retain authority, he had to resist.RIOT (1983)
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British English: sit-in NOUN
A sit-in is a protest in which people go to a public place and stay there for a long time.
The campaigners held a sit-in outside the office.
Translation of sit-in from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary