Definition of 'sit through'
Example sentences containing 'sit through'
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You only have to sit through a meaningless meeting to know this. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Or it could sit through endless office meetings while you actually got on with some work. The Sun (2007)Board members should not have to sit through a meeting having reports read to them. Christianity Today (2000)You sit through a boring meeting. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I sat through the meeting with my head bowed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A regeneration committee could sit through six stuffy meetings and not come up with anything half as good. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Very now, too, but who wants to sit through a board meeting? Times, Sunday Times (2015)To be frank, it's not really worth sitting through the film to find out the answer. The Sun (2013)And there are few things more annoying than sitting through a film thinking'there is no way he would have done that'. The Sun (2011)
Definition of sit through from the Collins English Dictionary
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