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take a chair (or seat)

Definition of take a chair or seat in English:

Sit down.
Example sentences
  • The smile refusing to leave my face, I obediently led my friend into the living room, where the two of us stepped over the discarded scouting reports and each took a chair.
  • Nezbek walked into the main room and took a chair.
  • Isis then stepped down from the platform and took a chair near it, where she could still see the whole Council but she was no longer the center of attention.
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