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English definition of “sit-down”

sit-down

adjective [before noun] (MEAL)    /ˈsɪt.daʊn/
describes a meal served to people who are sitting at a table: We're having a sit-down meal at our wedding, rather than a buffet.Sitting and standingMeals and parts of meals
(Definition of sit-down adjective (MEAL) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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