Translation of sitting in Spanish:
- 1.1 (for meal etc) turno (masculine) I watched three movies at o in a single sitting vi tres películas de una sentada or de un tirón [colloquial/familiar]Example sentences1.2 (of committee, parliament) sesión (feminine) an all-night sitting una sesión que duró ( or dura etc) toda la noche
- The Ritz serves 300 covers a day at four sittings.
- There were two sittings for dinner in the restaurant and shortly after boarding you were allocated your sitting and your table number which you kept with you throughout the cruise.
- There were no sittings; passengers came to one of the ship's restaurants when they felt like it, and if a table was available, they took it.
Example sentences1.3 (for painter, photographer) sesión (feminine)
- Come check it out and play for awhile, or just have a sit in the shade for a bit.
- Try to do at least one thing different each day - simple things: take a walk or have a sit in the park.
- He will be the key player in the meetings of the Conference of the Presidents, which meets monthly to set out the agenda for the sittings of the European Parliament.
- Today was the fourth time a serving US President has addressed a joint sitting of Parliament.
- A further rebuke took place during the first sitting of parliament.
- Blanch was his stand-in model between sittings with his portrait subjects, including the queen.
- During the first few sittings, the artist must concentrate on the face and any other physical qualities, such as hands, that need special attention.
- The portrait was completed in the artist's studio in Suffolk after five sittings in January.
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