Traducción de sit-down en Español:

sit-down

sentada, n.

Pronunciación ///ˈsɪt ˌdaʊn/

nombre

  • 1

    (protest)
    sentada femenino
    sitin masculino México
    • In Manchester, where 3,000 pupils participated in the strike, 14 students were arrested when they staged a sit-down in the city.
    • He was eventually forced to back off by demonstrations and sit-downs.
    • There were protests and sit-downs in the universities and colleges of Dublin, Belfast and Waterford.
    • Fortunately for those of us whose creaky old knees have not been near a demo in decades, the sit-down lasts only a minute and the march moves peacefully towards its climax in George Square.
    • The Paris demonstration started from the Gare du Nord rail station, where demonstrators staged a sit-down in the street before moving off.
    • Over 70 protesters staged sit-downs outside the gates of the nuclear dockyard in Plymouth last Saturday.
    • An impromptu march included several sit-downs, blocking of roads and a lobby of the constituency office.
    • We should demonstrate in our communities, with regular vigils or marches in every small or large town, even sit-downs in appropriate places.
    • Chris knew Freddie was always getting involved in some sort of walk or sit-down or demonstration.
  • 2Britanico

    (rest)
    I must just have a sit-down, I'm exhausted tengo que sentarme un rato, estoy agotado
    • A cup of tea and a sit-down will be more beneficial than a 10-mile run.
    • Shelly fixed me up, claiming I should take a five-minute sit-down, but I wasn't about to risk getting yelled at again.
    • A little sit-down with a bottle of cola will be fantastic.
    • But that was the only sour note and my excuse for my bad manners is that I was desperate for a sit-down and a coffee, Starbucks was only a few steps away, and there was just the one vacant pavement table.
    • I had to have a bit of a sit-down and a stiff drink before I replied, such was the shock.
    • There aren't any more seats in that area and I won't be able to make it all the way, not without a sit-down.

adjetivo

  • 1

    sit-down dinner cena servida en la mesa femenino
    • sit-down protest/demonstration sitin
    • sit-down strike huelga de brazos caídos
    • After the Mass the house bound and elderly were treated to a sit-down meal in the Community Centre and were presented with lottery scratch cards and entertained with music and song.
    • If you're having a sit-down dinner, consider setting your table the day before to minimize last-minute stress.
    • We didn't have a sit-down meal - just nibbles, but these were first class.
    • In all, 470 people attended the celebrations, which included a sit-down meal, speeches and dancing.
    • Even those on a modest budget can afford a good sit-down meal now and again.
    • The extended conference room will be able to cater for up to 800 for sit-down meals and up to 2,000 delegates at conferences.
    • People aren't expecting a sit-down meal, but you should have more available than chips and dips.
    • You were always looked after well, not just a cup of tea but more often than not a sit-down meal.
    • Family life bears the brunt of the ‘time crunch,’ with home-cooked meals and sit-down suppers being the exception rather than the norm.
    • Jon did a fantastic dinner, and had sensibly catered for overstretched stomachs by opting for a buffet rather than a sit-down meal.
    • They are having a sit-down meal for 30 and a disco in the evening before leaving for a honeymoon in Cornwall.
    • Other cultures consume most of their daily calories in three sit-down meals.
    • Dr Spungin said sit-down meals give children an opportunity to learn social skills and table manners, while developing their language skills by joining in a conversation.
    • The guests then settled down to a sit-down meal with entertainment provided by a barbershop chorus, a magician and a band.
    • A sit-down meal is provided for up to one hundred senior citizens and music is provided by well known accordionist Des Boyle of Foxford.
    • Decide what kind of menu you want as far ahead as possible and whether you want a sit-down dinner or a buffet.
    • They may ride horses or walk during the day and have four-course sit-down meals with her parents in the evening.
    • The day started with Mass at 12 o'clock and a sit-down meal at 1 o'clock.
    • The year concluded with a Christmas party with a sit-down meal, music, a singsong, presents and even a visit from Santa.
    • Mass will be celebrated at 4pm after which a sit-down meal will be served.