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Sit Tight

Sit Tight - wait patiently and do not take any action

  • I will talk to your teacher, just sit tight. I will be back soon.
  • My father is in the hospital. We have to sit tight, and wait for the doctor.
  • The teacher told us to sit tight, until she comes back.
  • We just took our final exam, now we have to sit tight, and what for our grades.
  • My sister needs to sit tight, while we try to help her.
  • I have to sit tight, and wait for the bus to come.

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Sit Tight

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