verb + adverb
See parent entry: → sit
- 1 (attend)to sit in (
onsomething/somebody)he sat in on some of their rehearsalsasistió a or estuvo presente en algunos de sus ensayoshe used to sit in on my classesasistía a mis clases como oyente ( or observador etc)I don't like people sitting in (on me) while I'm practicingno me gusta que haya nadie presente cuando practico
- (demonstration)Example sentences
- This was a time of rallies, demonstrations, sit-ins, walkouts, and protests of every kind, and the music reflected the spirit of the time.
- Television cameras covered the marches, boycotts, sit-ins and when demonstrators were confronted by Police.
- Rallies, protests, sit-ins, and marches have today been held in the town centre.
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