1. sit up
Sometimes I sit up watching TV until late at night.
I noticed something that really made me sit up and take notice
I told you we should've gotten here earlier. Now there aren't any places left to sit.
When you paint a self-portrait, you sit staring hard at yourself.
It doesn't make much sense to me that we aren't allowed to sit here.
Nietzsche spoke of "Übermenschen," not "Übermänner," so your supermen and overmen can go sit on a fencepost.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
I sit in front of a computer screen all day, so I get pretty heavily bombarded by electro-magnetic waves.
No overseas adoptions yet? What kind of celebrity are you, anyway? Go sit at the kid's table with Kathy Griffin and Gary Busey!
An unclaimed child and his dog sit by the railroad tracks.
I mean, when I watch T. V. I'd sit in it.
Gentlemen, lift the toilet seat! Ladies also like to sit dry.
I know you're at an age where sexual desire flourishes and you want to do 'you-know-what' with 'that' but... well, sit down there.
An Englishman, a Belgian and a Dutchman enter a pub and sit down at the counter. Says the barkeeper, "Wait a minute, is this a joke or what?"
I can't go out today as I've been told to house sit.
You can do anything with mayonnaise, except sit on it.
English word "sėdėti"(sit) occurs in sets:1 knyga. 10 unit