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Past and past participle of sit.

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SAT 2 Line breaks: SAT
Pronunciation: /ɛseɪˈtiː/
/sat/

noun (plural SATs)

1(In the UK except Scotland) a test taken by school students as part of the national curriculum.
[Abbreviation of standard assessment test or task]
2 trademark (In the US) a test of a student’s verbal and mathematical skills, used for admission to American colleges.
[Abbreviation of Scholastic Assessment Test or Scholastic Aptitude Test]

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